At Home Tales, we work hard to provide our clients with excellent design packages for their home extensions in London.…
Brutalist architecture was popular, especially in Britain, from the 1950s until the 1980s. In French, its name refers to “raw or unfinished concrete”, with a huge emphasis on strong geometry, a monochromatic palette and boldness. French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier has been widely accredited to have sparked the conception of the Brutalist movement which greatly defined post-modern architecture. He was commissioned to design social housing in Marseilles.
You may be surprised to hear that there are many forms of home improvements that can be carried out on a flat. However, they do require much more care and consideration than a project in a standard house to ensure planning permission is granted and that there are no delays. There are also many factors that can influence what works can be done, but we will delve into that in the next section.
We have noticed that some homeowners are not aware of the Party Wall Act, and we would not blame them as it can be a tedious part of the renovation process. In today’s post, we cover what exactly this Act is, how the act affects homeowners, and who is involved in the Party Wall surveying process.