'Our office comprises two contrasting openplan elements: a restored Grade I-listed former Nonconformist chapel and a modern extension to the rear, which we designed. The chapel houses a thriving arts and performance space on the ground floor, with our drawing office on a mezzanine level above. The mix of art, music and architecture provides a stimulating environment for us to work in and makes a positive contribution to what we do. As I write these words after work, the saxophonist ...
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