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CDMS Architects on Instagram
Posted by Corin Morton - 16 September 2015

CDMS Architects has just launched its Instagram account, which will feature images of our completed projects, projects in progress and some of the ideas we are developing in our studio.  We look forward to connecting with and following other people interested in all things architecture and design! Follow us at @cdmsarchitects or tag us using #cdmsarchitects


 

 

Beehive Gets Full Planning Permission in Only 6 Weeks
Posted by Mark Camillin - 16 September 2015

Demolition of the existing building will commence on 5 October 2015 and reconstruction of the sustainably designed, timber framed house immediately after.


 

 

CDMS Architects' Fabrica Project Features in Viva Magazine
Posted by Tom Wainewright - 4 September 2015

CDMS Architects’ Fabrica project is the subject of a recent feature article in Viva Brighton magazine. Journalist Chloe King interviewed Corin Morton and Tom Wainewright of CDMS Architects about the proposals for this exciting new extension to Fabrica, a gallery located in a deconsecrated church in central Brighton. You can read the online article on page 97 of the September issue here, or find out more about the project here.


 

 

The Beehive Planning Application
Posted by Mark Camillin - 5 August 2015

CDMS Architects' new south-west office has submitted a planning application for a new build timber framed contemporary house in an area of outstanding natural beauty in east Devon. The house has strong sustainable design credentials, cedar cladding, and a zinc roof.




 

Planning for Grade II Listed House at Cobb Terrace, Lyme Regis 
Posted by Mark Camillin - 3 August 2015

CDMS Architects - South-West office has just obtained planning and listed building approval for a double house on the listed terrace at The Cobb in Lyme Regis. This is the second project that we have worked on in this terrace. Works will commence in September to restore these coastguards cottages and reinstate some of the original features.




 

New Show Home
Posted by Chris Scarr - 28 July 2015

We have completed the interior fit out of a new show home in Crofton Park, London.  The house is part of a high quality eight-unit development, which CDMS Architects have designed.

The interior design combines contemporary pieces with retro 1960's styles and patterns to achieve a modern but homely feel.  At ground floor, the layout was adapted to introduce a large sliding feature walnut door which creates a flexible master suite or bedroom-bathroom-study at ground floor.  A large open plan living space has been divided in to three separate spaces with a built in picture frame shelf which links them together.  Further bedrooms and bathrooms are included at first floor and external dining and relaxing spaces have been formed within the rear garden.

 





 

CDMS Architects Wins Sussex Heritage Award
Posted by Corin Morton - 22 July 2015

CDMS Architects is thrilled to have been selected as winners of the 'Small Scale Residential' award for 2015 at this year's Sussex Heritage Awards, which recognises outstanding design throughout the region. Our award winning project saw the complete refurbishment and extension of Forge House in Storrington, a house situated in the centre of the village with a fascinating story of historical development over the years. The project featured the reinstatement of the property as as single family house, alongside an open plan extension to the rear, and replacement windows throughout.

Additionally, historic features were exposed and preserved as they were discovered, and the property was internally insulated, with great care taken to ensure compatibility with the original fabric.  The award was presented by Lord Egremont, chairman of the Sussex Heritage Trust, and accepted by Rob Meynel of CDMS Architects, Ross Murley of contractors Minton Young, and the clients.




 

CDMS attend Turf Cutting Ceremony
Posted by Gareth Thyer - 23 June 2015

Chris Scarr and Gareth Thyer of CDMS Architects recently attended a turf-cutting ceremony for the new Seaside Apartments project for the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund in Rustington.

The ceremony was led by Air Commodore Paul Hughesdon, the Director of Welfare and Policy for the RAFBF and a sizeable crowd was in attendance. Amongst those cutting the turf (and cake) were residents and staff of Princess Marina House plus serving members of the RAF and their families. Also present were representatives of Cheesmur Building Contractors who have been appointed as Main Contractor for the project.





 

Brighton Language College Completes
Posted by Kathy Kutter - 10 June 2015

CDMS Architects is proud to announce that works have now been completed at Brighton Language College. The project, which faces Brighton Pavilion's famous front elevation, comprised of the refurbishment of the existing double frontage listed property into a fun and vibrant language school. The project commenced on site in December 2014 and took approximately 6 months to complete, just in time for the students to start arriving for the summer!

Please click here for full details of the project.




 

Home Building & Renovation Magazine
Posted by Chris Scarr - 3 June 2015

We are pleased to announce that our Fir View project is being featured in this month's edition of Homebuilding & Renovating Magazine.