Tuesday 17th July, 2018

Memories that stir the soul!

Memories that stir the soul!

Over 30 years ago, our Architectural Director, Roger Hocking, designed a stunning four bedroom house in a fabulous location overlooking Port Navas. The memories came flooding back this week when Roger saw that this exceptional family home is back on the market – albeit for a healthy price tag of £1.35 million!

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Tuesday 3rd July, 2018

Tips on working with your architect

Tips on working with your architect

Creating a new house design that is built to your specific requirements and seeing that take shape before your eyes can be one of the most exciting and rewarding projects that you will ever be involved in.

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Thursday 29th March, 2018

Getting the very best from the specialists involved in your project

Getting the very best from the specialists involved in your project

In order to have a successful design and construction project, it is vital that the work of all the specialist consultants that are involved in the building is closely coordinated. This important service of consultant coordination can be provided by your architect, so at the outset of your project you should ask them to explain how they will manage this on your behalf.

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Tuesday 27th March, 2018

NEWS RELEASE - APPROVED: CAD Architects provides a holistic solution for student accommodation

NEWS RELEASE - APPROVED: CAD Architects provides a holistic solution for student accommodation

After 18 months of development work and consultations, on 15th February 2018 Cornwall Council voted overwhelmingly to approve the plans for Penvose Student Village. This development will help to provide a comprehensive solution for housing a large part of the student population, for the benefit of Falmouth University and for the residents of the local area.

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Monday 4th December, 2017

New house designs that work in harmony with their local environment

New house designs that work in harmony with their local environment

Professor Deveci from Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen described modern homes built in locations such as the Isle of Skye and Shetland as a “nightmare on the landscape” and was concerned that they could damage tourism. He also criticised planned housing developments on the Aberdeenshire coast for not respecting the local built environment, calling them “boxes that belong to nowhere.” When you work with a practice like CAD Architects, you will often hear the term “contextual housing design”. This is what it means to us…

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Tuesday 31st October, 2017

Making the most of sustainable building design methods

Making the most of sustainable building design methods

Sustainable architecture has made great advances over the last 20 years and had a huge impact on the way we approach new home design. ‘Green building’ used to be a specialist service offered to particular clients at a premium price. Today sustainable building design has become mainstream. Constructing a new home with sustainability firmly in mind should be standard practice for the modern architect.

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