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Didacious Designs Architects DD Architects was started by Conrad A B Howard BA(Hons)DipArch RIBA CA IHBC FRSA as a consultancy practice working as a conservation architect, giving advice and services to suit client requirements. He is Accredited with both the RIBA and IHBC as a conservation architect. The practice provides a full or partial service as a design, conservation and Eco Design Architect.

We handle all stages of work, from the initial feasibility and consultation outlining the client's requirements to the finished building. We integrate building design and conservation with an in-depth understanding of listed building, energy conservation and planning matters, thus saving clients separate fees. We utilise up to the minute presentation techniques enabling us to provide top quality presentations.

This not only helps our clients understand the concepts but also enables the planning department to fully appreciate the proposed scheme. A winning scheme is as much about the presentation of the idea as the idea itself.

Located on the edge of Preston Park Conservation Area this back land site has many constraints that ultimately determine the location, massing and orientation of the proposed passivhaus. As architects in Brighton we prefer to use the site constraints to aid the development of the project. The site was initially analysed in great detail culminating in

Dating from the 16th century, Broadstone Farmhouse is a Grade II listed property which lies immediately to the west of Chailey Common. It is set in a farm context with a barn to the south, and former cowsheds converted to a dwelling to the east. The house is situated upon a site that slopes considerably from west to east, necessitating a retaining wall

The Cotterlings was originally build in around 1650 as a timber-framed building. It was radically altered at the end of the Georgian period. The most notable aspect of this house is the striking contrast between the black and the red of the mathematical tile facing, and this element highlights some of the problems of dating. This Grade II* listed building

We were invited by the Royal Institute of British Architects to develop a scheme to encourage the regeneration of Hastings. The scheme called 'So Create A Difference Hastings, was undertaken to revitalise a place in the town and participate in a community workshop at the resulting exhibition. Our scheme is proposing to reminisce and recreate the engineering

The alterations included fitting oak replacement windows and doors, replanning the kitchen, utility, WC and secondary entrance area, new contemporary glass and stainless steel spiral staircase and to alter the large space above the kitchen wing to accomodate two bedrooms, bathrooms and changing. Consent was also granted to add two large solar thermal

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