Planning Permission was granted today for taArchitecture’s contemporary office extension to an existing industrial unit, click here to see the project in more detail.
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taArchitecture recently obtained Planning Permission for a contemporary porch with a twisting roof, click here to see the project in more detail.
Last year ta Architecture obtained Planning Permission for an extension to a contemporary house in Nottinghamshire (see projects). A couple of weeks ago the client sent us the rather unique photo below of the building work progressing on site. The photo was taken by Create Automation (www.createautomation.co.uk) with a HD camera attached to a Continue Reading »
ta Architecture have successfully gained Planning & Listed Buildings consent for a contemporary extension to a Grade II listed cottage in Norfolk. The extensions prominent feature, a twisting roof, was described by the Conservation Officer as an innovative and visually interesting solution. The contemporary addition to a building in a historic location was positively received. Continue Reading »
taArchitecture has signed up to take part in Architect in the House – the joint charitable initiative by Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and Shelter. Homeowners can receive an hour consultation with RIBA chartered architect Tom Allen for a suggested donation of £45 to Shelter. Whether it’s inspiration for a study, an extra bedroom, Continue Reading »
Hallcroft House has won the 2012 New Homes Award for the Yorkshire & Trent region in the Federation of Master Builders [FMB] Awards and progresses to the national finals with a chance of winning the FMB New Homes Award 2012. Tom and Craig were both heavily involved with the project during their time at Allan Continue Reading »