Archive for June 2015

Planning Approval in Twickenham

Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Twickenham. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Richmond Borough Council to proceed with the construction of a highly contemporary ground floor extension to expand a Building of Townscape Merit in the St. Margaret’s Estate Conservation Area. Along with the extension, we will also remodel the…

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Planning Approval in Twickenham

Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Twickenham. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Richmond Borough Council to proceed with the construction of a ground floor extension to expand a Victorian Building of Townscape Merit in the Strawberry Hill Conservation Area. To make room, the existing conservatory style extension will have to…

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Ugly Belgian Houses and Imaginary Cities

On June 18th, I attended a panel called UP-POP, which discussed how culture and architecture feed into each other, especially in regards to how technology is constantly redefining how we interact with the built environment and how it interacts with us. After an introduction from You+Pea (the design practice that organised the event), Hannes Coudenys…

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Guest Blog: Parniyan’s Back for More at DGA

The last time I wrote for DGA, I was looking back from the end of my first year at university at the internship I took on before I started, and how much of an advantage it gave me during those uncertain first steps. Since then, I transferred to Kingston University where I just finished my…

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Planning Approval in Hertfordshire

Dyer Grimes Architecture has planning approval in Hertfordshire. We’re delighted to have been granted planning permission by Dacorum Borough Council to proceed with the demolition of a property in Charnis, close to the Chilterns AONB, to facilitate the construction of a highly contemporary home of exceptional quality and innovation. The clean, minimalist single storey design…

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