A519 Residential brochure launched

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Architecture 519, working with ‘Studio Mik Mik’ graphic designers, has prepared a new sector-specific brochure aimed at our existing and potential residential developer clients. The 40 page publication summarises our experience in the design and delivery of residential schemes ranging from one-off sustainable homes to multi-million pound strategic masterplanning sites throughout the UK. The brochure… Read more »

Small, but beautifully formed

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Planning approval has been obtained for a contemporary extension to a former farm house in Norfolk. The scheme provides a two storey extension to the main house providing additional living accommodation at ground and a master bedroom suite at first floor. In addition a single storey kitchen extension is located to the rear within the… Read more »

Acton demolition to start on site

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The demolition work is due to start on the site of the former Acton Bus Depot in West London to make way for the residential, mixed use development by Crest Nicholson. The new scheme was granted planning approval at Appeal in late 2009 and Architecture 519 has been working closely with the Client and the… Read more »

Major Regeneration Scheme gets the Go-ahead.

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Architecture 519 have received the go-ahead to progress the detailed design drawings for the first phase of the Centenary Quay regeneration scheme in Woolston, Southampton. Working with Crest Nicholson Regeneration, the first phase of the scheme comprises of 85 new sustainable houses and 80 new apartments for a mixture of private sale and Housing Association… Read more »

Happy Birthday Architecture519!

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It is our birthday and Architecture 519 would like to thank everyone we have worked with during 2009 for their continued support. In a challenging market we have enjoyed a successful year working on a variety of projects large and small. We believe that 2010 will be equally challenging, but we have strengthened our team… Read more »

Acton Bus Depot Redevelopment Approved

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Architecture 519 has secured a detailed planning approval for the construction of a contemporary mixed-use development on the site of the former Action Bus Depot in West London. The scheme comprises 85 apartments and 1022 sqm of retail/commercial office space in the heart of the Acton Town Centre Conservation Area. Approval for the development was… Read more »

Tabitha – A(519) Grade Student!!!

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Architecture 519 would like to congratulate Tabitha on successfully passing her Architecture part lll exams. She is now a fully qualified architect. She received confirmation last week from the university and soon the office was aware of her success, as was most of the building (She was a little excited to say the least!). We… Read more »

A519 Welcome new blood

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Following recent success in winning new projects, we have been able to take the next step in our business development plan and expand our studio. Alan Harper and Tabitha Caple join our team and we are already benefiting from their experience and enthusiasm. Alan joins us after spending the past 7.5 years with Atkins as… Read more »

You’ve got (Green) Mail!

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Architecture519 have made another progressive step to helping the environment and reducing our Carbon Footprint. We are now using a new email management system called Mail Manager. This system enables us to file, find and share emails easily. This also reduces on paper filing substantially and assists in our compliance with the QA system requirements…. Read more »

Architecture 519 initiative featured in AJ

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The Architects Journal has published an article by one of our Directors, David Lumb. For the past few months, David has been promoting the idea that there must be a way to supplement or replace the massive reduction in paid positions for year-out students in practice. To read this article please visit the link below…. Read more »