Following the deep dive into our architectural manifesto in the last issue, I’d like to now explore how our manifesto relates specifically to thoughts on spatiality. This is the first layer of the architectural concept upon which considerations of materiality, lighting and bespoke focal points are overlaid and integrated into the architectural palimpsest.
Designing most rooms in the house can feel like a daunting task but none more so than a children’s room. Though it is a room to really allow you to let your creativity flow, I thought I would share some little hints and tips on how to make them the most fun room in the home.
More than just a stunning period property in a thriving and well-regarded village, Rolleston Manor is a home which will perhaps be sold only once in a generation. Moreover, it is rarely that a property accurately reflects the superlatives often given to it by those who pen editorial features such as these. Rolleston Manor is a property which ticks all the boxes, passionately restored, and maintained by the present owners over many years, it is hard to imagine that a determined and serious country property purchaser will not be attracted to the many attributes of this wonderful Grade II List...
Mel and Martin Holliday, directors of Fossdyke Developments and sister company Chiselwood Limited are excited to have won the Residential Property of the Year Award and Highly Commended in the Sustainable Property in the Lincolnshire Chamber, Greater Lincolnshire Construction and Property Awards. Held in the Double Tree in Lincoln, 3 February 2022.
To try and begin to describe this love affair into which I entered over 28 years ago, almost unintentionally just as all the best love affairs, would be to say that the art of architecture for me is to dream; to create and invent by reaching for this vision, and ultimately to escape by believing in it.
In 2003, Kay realised that there was a real niche for wedding flowers. Many of the customers at the florist she worked at were bridal and it created additional workload on the other floristry services they were providing. Thus, the idea for Flowers by Kay was born and she took the bold steps to set up on her own. The business has gone from strength to strength, with couples now booking even a year in advance for her wonderful designs and personable service.
I write something similar for each January/February issue as for me it’s a time of reflection and organisation. With the world seemingly having been in almost chaos for two years now, that seems to trickle into areas of our lives in ways that are unexpected, I wanted to continue to encourage a clear out and update once the decorations are put away.