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A collection of interviews with the people that use our projects every day.
Life at Stride Treglown
Stories from the people that shape our everyday.
Big conversations, small shares and the stories that make us feel connected.
Thoughts & Opinions
Crinnis Beach-front living development in for planning
A new place to live, work and play for the communities in and around St Austell.
COVID-19: Adapting to a new environment
The world is a different place. We’re all adapting to a new way to work and live. Here's what we're doing.
Hats off and farewell to Gary Milliner
Architect, placemaker, bullet-fast on two wheels and overall brilliant person. We’re going to miss Gary.
Homes for lockdown, homes for life
Architect, Francesca Johnson says our lockdown experiences can, and should, inform senior living designs for the better.
Our Social Value Journey
It's at the heart of everything we do. Karyn Williams sheds more light on where we've come from and where we're going.
Is London up to the 2030 net-zero carbon challenge?
Associate Architect, Michela Ravaglia outlines London’s response to the Climate Emergency.
New Crematorium for Plymouth to start on site
A scheme which roots itself in the calmness of the surrounding landscape to provide the best possible experience for mourners.
Eagle House wins BCO Refurbished Workplace Award
Selected for its bold and imaginative transformation into a modern workplace.
It’s time to park our toxic relationship with private vehicles.
Land’s End to John o’Groats: A virtual cycle diary
Our Bath studio takes you on a journey from Land's End to John o'Groats via Google Maps and Wikipedia.
Cowick Street named ‘Development of the Year’ at British Homes Awards
A beautiful scheme which successfully integrates contemporary design into a conservation setting.
Ealing Fields High School: Part preservation, part inspiration
How do you map a secondary school onto the floorplan of a 17th century manor? Craig Brown explains...
Matthew Parkes named Chair of RIBA Plymouth
He hopes to grow active membership and foster close relationships within the city and SW region.
We have signed up to the Placemaking Wales Charter
Find out how you can join the list of signatories promoting sustainable, people-focussed, active and distinctive places...
We’re shortlisted for four Education Estates awards
Be inspired by University of Reading Library, Waterfront Innovation Quarter and Croesyceiliog School...
All day and all night: the virtues of 24/7 university study spaces
With good design and appropriate facilities, Cora Kwiatkowski explains why 24/7 study spaces could be a no-brainer.