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    Case study: KH House by Delvendahl Martin Architects

    Building1 June, 2020

    In this extension to a Grade II-listed farmhouse Delvendahl Martin has used local natural materials, such as flint and oak, at the heart of its design. Photography by Tim Crocker

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    Case Study: St Albans Place by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios

    Building20 May, 2020

    Providing accommodation for nearly 400 students, this scheme for client VITA Student is formed of three towers, the tallest of which stands at 18 storeys. Photography by Will Pryce and Richard Battye

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    Case study: Bumpers Oast by ACME

    Building13 May, 2020

    A nod to the traditional Kent oast house, this four-bedroom home was built with a timber frame and the expertise of local trades and craftsmen. Photography by Jim Stephenson

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    Case study: St Albans Cathedral by Simpson & Brown ArchitectsSubscription

    Building7 April, 2020

    The original Bovingdon bricks of the cathedral were carefully matched in size, texture, colouring, ratio and distribution to carry out repairs to brickwork and to form the new walls, window openings and quoins as part of this extensive retrofit project. Photography by Giles Rocholl Photography

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    Case study: Chiltern Street by Maich Swift ArchitectsSubscription

    Building20 March, 2020

    This store interior for fashion designer Sophie Hulme features floors, walls and furniture made of natural and renewable materials with subtle variation in pattern, tone and finish. Photography by Maich Swift Architects

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    Case study: White Rabbit House by Gundry + DuckerSubscription

    Building16 March, 2020

    Centred around a pill-shaped staircase, the project features a chequerboard patterned floor in marble and terrazzo, cherry timber staircase and a bathroom lined in pink waterproof plaster. Photography by Andrew Meredith

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    Case study: Max Fordham House by bere:architectsSubscription

    AJ Specification3 March, 2020

    This house for environmental engineer Max Fordham features unique insulated sliding shutters for enhanced heat demand reduction. Photography by Tim Crocker

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    Case study: Corner House by 31/44 ArchitectsSubscription

    AJ Specification19 February, 2020

    This conversion of a Victorian corner plot in south London reinterprets the adjacent terrace’s façade composition to ‘repair the existing out-of-pattern arrangement’. Photography by Rory Gardiner

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    Second Home London Fields by Estudio Cano LassoSubscription

    AJ Specification10 February, 2020

    This project has retained an existing building front by cladding it in a bubble-like façade made from a woven fabric stretched across a free-form frame. Photography by Iwan Baan, Second Home, Estudio Cano Lasso and Taran Wilkhu

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    Case study: York House by dMFK ArchitectsSubscription

    AJ Specification5 February, 2020

    dMFK has completed a refurbishment and extension to a purpose-built 1980s office building in King’s Cross. Photography by Jack Hobhouse

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