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Introducing Our New Project Partnership: FibreBroads

Hudson Architects are thrilled to announce our new project partnership with the FibreBroads research project. Focused on the Broads and Norfolk Fens regions the “FibreBroads” project will

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The Housing Crisis Unveiled: Exploring Challenges and Architectural Solutions

The UK has long been grappling with a housing crisis that shows no signs of abating. From a shortage of homes to increasing property prices and sustainability concerns, this article explores the det

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The Net Zero Neighbourhood: Shortlisted

We are delighted to share that we have been shortlisted alongside 6 other practices for the Architect Pitch: The Net Zero Neighbourhood. Max Fordham LLP has invited architects to re-imagine the futur

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Retrofit Case Study: The Grade II* listed Institute of Education at UCL

With the climate crisis continuing to accelerate, and campaigners pushing for #RetroFirst, the new question is: should we demolish or reuse? For some time, the industry’s conversation around sustain

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Highlights of 2022

2022 was a year of projects, initiatives and an award win that we are immensely proud of and so today we are sharing some of the highlights! Duke Street Riverside Award Win! We were delighted that Duk

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CobBauge: Open Days & Open Minds

Over the last few months, our CobBauge team, alongside Grocott & Murfit Builders, hosted two successful Open days at the CobBauge Pilot Build House in Fakenham, North Norfolk. These involved the c

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Retrofit Series: Building in Resilience

Despite the unseasonably warm Autumn, the successive hikes to energy prices begin to hurt as we turn on our heating systems for the winter. Sadly, these prices are unlikely to abate over the coming

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Retrofit Series: Never Let a Good Crisis Go to Waste

As the hottest summer on record fades away and the cold months draw nearer, it’s the thought on everyone’s minds: how to cope with their energy bills. Liz Truss’ plan to freeze bills for two ye

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An Introduction to Embodied Carbon

Embodied carbon is a vitally important part of the overall carbon footprint of any building and it is becoming increasingly significant. For decades now, sustainably minded clients h

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A Day With The CobBauge Building Specialists!

On the eve before work commenced on the UK’s first ever CobBauge home, members of both the Hudson Architects and Grocott and Murfit teams spent a day with Cob & CobBauge building specialis

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Planning Application Submitted for Mixed Use Rural Development in Frettenham

Hudson Architects and planning consultants LaRonde Wright have submitted a hybrid planning application to Broadland District Council for a new business park and 18 new homes in Frettenh

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Hemp, Earth and Water: We’re Building The UK’s First CobBauge Home 

Hudson Architects has secured planning permission for the UK’s first domestic CobBauge building in Fakenham, Norfolk. This follows the success of the CobBauge Research Building at the Uni

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