World Baking Day for Architects Benevolent Society

Hunter Dunning made sweet treats and raised over £100 for World Baking Day in aid of Architects Benevolent Society. The…

Using Augmented Reality for Interior Design and Architecture

New technologies are quickly becoming the norm in the property industry as Interior Design and Architecture companies are beginning to…

The London Festival of Architecture 2019 promises to be bigger and better

June marks the 15th annual London Festival of Architecture (LFA). This year’s theme is “boundaries”. The festival will take place…

Landscaped gardens are adding the most value to properties

New research suggests that homes which have landscaped gardens are now seeing the most interest from buyers. It also raises…

English Architecture through the ages

In celebration of St George’s Day we have listed the most well known periods of Architecture in English History. From…

Architectural tragedy has struck Notre-Dame Cathedral

Flames engulfed the momentous 850-year old Notre-Dame Cathedral yesterday. French President Emmanuel Macron has vowed to rebuild the famous landmark…

ADAM Architecture Travel Scholarship open for entries

Once again Adam Architecture has launched their annual Travel Scholarship of £2,000 to students wishing to conduct research overseas. The…

London Underground heritage lies in its architecture

While on a recent trip to London we came across this poster on the Custom House DLR station. The poster…

Celebrating women in a previously male dominated industry

Today is International Women’s Day. Women around the world are celebrating and embracing their rights as women on this annually…