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22nd January 2020

In the country

Working in a Conservation Area can bring challenges – especially when creating new homes.  The development of a redundant area of...

15th November 2019

Ashdown Annex

We are so pleased to receive Planning Permission today for Clients for a new two-bedroom annex in the Ashdown Forest. This...

31st October 2019

If you go down to the woods today…

We’re thrilled Planning Permission has been granted for two eco-tourist cabins we have designed within the South Downs National Park. We...

5th February 2018

Setting the Standard

RIBA stands for Royal Institute of British Architects and here at Turner and Hoskins, we’re delighted to have renewed our...

9th October 2018

Listen, do you want to know a secret…?

Functionality and rural aesthetics As a forward-thinking architectural practice, it’s not at all paradoxical that our work is as much...

16th May 2018

Concrete – the marmite of the built environment – Part 1

Love it or hate it, concrete is here to stay and despite a commonly-held notion that it epitomises modernity, its history...

10th April 2018

Recognising the need: ergonomics and anthropometrics in architectural design

‘Recognising the need is the primary condition for design,’ Charles Eames   Here at Turner & Hoskins, that’s a philosophy which...

28th March 2018

Proactive about passive solar design

Traditionally, most of the world’s energy supply has been generated from fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas....

27th February 2018

The History of Bricks, Part 2

‘The problem of architecture as I see it is the problem of all art – the elimination of the human element...

18th January 2018

The History of Bricks, Part 1

Give me a brick and it becomes worth its weight in gold.   We’ve never actually promised any of our clients...

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