Progress Mews opened by Sir Ed Davey

Progress Mews, Surbiton had its official opening on Wednesday 12 June 2019 with Sir Ed Davey cutting the ribbon. The development brings a dilapidated set of garages back to life, providing three affordable houses in the Christchurch Conservation Area, Kingston. The team of Archadia Architects, Galvin Projects, Tim Pearce QS and Kingston Churches Housing Association…

No Parking Exhibition Design

Archadia are pleased with their entry into the Open Call 2019 RIBA Architecture Gallery Boundaries competition. The installation is a built collection of linking architectural sculptures designed to illustrate the struggles disabled people have with the world daily. The design is a parkland created with disabled adaptations products. These designs focus on the stigma attached…

Healthy Homes

On the 02 May 2019 The Town and Country Planning Association called for the Government to adopt ground breaking legislation to make sure new housing boosts health standards for residents.  Archadia are committed to these sustainable principles of design.  The report says Planners have a key role to play in health issues and identifies three…