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MADE Ralph Allen Yard Hewitt Studios

Tailor-MADE

Hewitt Studios will be presenting Ralph Allen Yard at a seminar hosted by MADE in Birmingham on Friday 28th March.

MADE have invited a handful of innovative design professionals to describe their recent experiences delivering sustainable residential projects and discuss their take on housbuilding for the future.

Ralph Allen Yard is a unique mixed-use development, in a sensitive location close to Bath, for the Homes and Communities Agency and Cox Development Partners Ltd. The brief describes two distinct elements – a cluster of ‘Code 5’ sustainable houses and a BREEAM-rated stone mining interpreatation centre.

More details of the other speakers and their presentations are available here

Anthony Gallo Speaker HiFi Essential Install

Essential Install

Our Limpley Stoke Eco House project is featured in an article on pages 36/37 of this month’s Essential Install Magazine.

The article features an interview with Option One communications, custom installers of Telecommunication Systems, multiroom audio, TV and cinema rooms, who have been working with us on the project.

The house features a raft of high-tech installations, including four zones of Control4 audio and some gorgeous Anthony Gallo drivers (pictured).

Eurban Built 1:1 Crosslam CLT Book Launch Invitation

Built 1:1 Exhibition

Our Arts Space for Hereford College of Art is featured in the ‘Built 1:1’ book and exhibition at the Building Centre in London from the 6th until 27th September 2013.

The exhibition showcases the work of timber design and engineering specialist EURBAN , who introduced Cross Laminated Timber (CLT) construction to the UK 10 years ago.

Featuring a collection of drawings, photographs and scale models documenting key moments of the development and use of CLT in the UK, its well worth a look if you are in the area.