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Planning Permission Granted for our Office & Shopfront

We received notification yesterday that our office and shopfront has been granted planning permission. Front elevation below:

The bulk of my work is residential but I’m more than happy to take on commercial work where I am equally trained and conversant with Planning and Building Regulations requirements. 40 more words


RHS Chelsea 2015 Designers : Matt Keightley

Designed by the 2014 BBC/RHS Chelsea People’s Choice winner Matthew Keightley, the garden celebrates the opening of the Mamohato Children’s centre in Lesotho, South Africa. Keightley has designed the garden to aims to raise awareness of Sentebale’s work in providing healthcare and education to Lesotho’s most vulnerable children. 72 more words

50 years today

Today we celebrate John’s massive milestone – 50 years with us!

OK so when he started out we were called Adams & Dodd Architects, and then became Price Adams Dodd Architects, then Dodd Paterson Architects, then Dodd Paterson + Bukowski Rehm, and then ADP Architects, then there was a merger and we became Pacific Environments, but 50 years is an amazing feat! 22 more words

Office Happenings

Skin on the Bones

From Lynn: It’s been a fascinating month, watching the house come into shape as both the exterior and interior structure gets covered. Drywall is going up very fast inside; exterior stone veneer is in place and dryvit–a form of acrylic plaster–is in its first stage (the white sheets are insulation). 40 more words


RHS Chelsea 2015 Designers : James Basson

The perfume industry in Grasse has been in decline for several years and many of the traditional plantations have become overgrown, but now with the support of ecologically-sensitive companies like L’Occitane, the industry is experiencing a significant renaissance. 95 more words


Photos: Mine (iPhone)

A bit of work today in this lovely weather.