Work starts on Dental Surgery
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We are pleased that construction work has started on New Cote Royd Dental Surgery in Edgerton. The client contacted Fibre to design a new dental surgery on the site of his existing surgery by adding an extension to a former … Read More

6 current trends in residential architecture
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As trends continue to evolve, so does contemporary architecture. Trends determine how our personal space will inspire our lives and create moods for the industry. Here are the new trends that are influencing the world of residential architecture: Kitchens sit … Read More

5 architectural tricks to enhance an open-plan space
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It is becoming increasingly popular to create an open-plan living environment, but many spaces can seem flat and soulless. It is important that your architect designs a space that creates different zones through interior devices such as floor levels, furniture, … Read More

Fabric first
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A ‘fabric first” approach to building design concentrates on maximising the performance of the components and materials that make up the building fabric. This allows you to achieve well-built thermal and energy efficient elements that help reduce capital and operational … Read More

Work begins on residential project in Almondbury
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Construction work has started this month on a large residential property on Fenay Lane in Almondbury following planning approval. The owners of the house contacted the team at Fibre as they wanted to modernise their property in line with the … Read More

Why you should consider a timber frame house
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Timber frame housing is a construction method of building that relies on the natural resource of timber to provide structural support. Timber is becoming an increasingly popular build element for modern day constructions due to its premium properties. There are … Read More

Emerging Design Trends
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Whilst time is a constant, it feels like the future is creeping up on us faster than ever. When you think how far we’ve come since the brutalism of the 50s the thought of where we could be in even … Read More

Sustainable architecture is the future
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The key to an environmentally positive future may be sustainable architecture. Living more economically can protect our environment, so what better way to live more sustainability than by making the structure of our built environment greener? Sustainable architecture means minimising … Read More

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