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Latest Knowledge / Colour in interior spaces

Colour in interior spaces
With initiatives such as The WELL Building Standard focusing on creating buildings that enhance the wellbeing of those on the inside...
Martin Peat, Director - Richardson & Peat | June 15, 2017

Open book contracting requires genuine team spirit

Open book contracting requires genuine team spirit

Open book contracting is the way to move beyond the traditional tendering problems of dumbing-down design to fit a budget.

Martin Peat, Director - Richardson & Peat | March 16, 2016

How good design can support autistic children

How good design can support autistic children

Children with autism have a range of particular needs when it comes to the ideal learning environment, and these are unlikely to be provided for by...

Martin Peat, Director - Richardson & Peat | February 10, 2016

Delivering the right environments for autistic children

Delivering the right environments for autistic children

Pupils with autism have a very specific set of needs for learning environments to support their learning, and delivering them...

Mark Ellerby, Architect | July 19, 2014

Transforming farm buildings into rural homes

Transforming farm buildings into rural homes

Finding themselves priced out of rural areas where they grew up, younger residents are leaving to find housing they can afford.

Martin Peat, Director - Richardson & Peat | July 19, 2014

Actively seeking designs for low-energy homes

Actively seeking designs for low-energy homes

Bringing a scientific approach to the design of a building that commits to an energy standard is not the easiest of things...

Martin Peat, Director - Richardson & Peat | July 19, 2014