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Architecture Unknown

April 2024



Welcome to the Spring Ezine!

Welcome back to the Spring Edition of the Architecture Unknown Ezine where you can get all your AU News update fixes.

The daffodils are coming to bloom and the days are getting longer! We have some very exciting updates from various projects that are moving into construction and introducing new projects in 2024. To all our friends, clients and casual readers, as we head into spring we hope you have a great time celebrating the several bank holidays and we hope to see you over the coming months. Follow us on our social media and website to keep up to date with our latest projects.

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For the readers that have been following us for a while, you may recognise elements of this completed rear extension. The zinc cladded angled saw tooth infill is now home to an open plan kitchen and dining that connects directly to an outdoor deck and garden. More images of the project can be seen on the AJ Buildings Library or on our website.

The ‘Black’ Box is an infill rear extension that aims to create a stark difference to the existing with dark brick detailing and the usage of standing-seam zinc. Unlike the outside, the interior has a strong emphasis on naturally lit spaces. The provision of larger windows will make the dining room more comfortable and inviting for entertaining guests.

With spring coming, we have several projects starting construction within the next few weeks. Ranging from WikiHouse community builds, to attic conversions and full home refurbishments, it’s all exciting times for us here at AU?

Ulverston Ford Park Community Group exists to manage and maintain the green space of Ford Park and aims to enhance the quality of life for the people of Ulverston and surrounding area, by providing recreational facilities and a wide range of community based projects, activities and events. The floor plans for the community centre are designed around the flexibility of the mains spaces. We have deliberately created a non-symmetrical divide in the spaces to better serve the diverse needs of the community. These halls (or hall if the dividing wall is open) will provide a generous space for all types of usage. The main halls are lit from almost every direction but particularly the North-east facing front elevation that looks out towards the car park and the fields beyond.

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