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Lands End to John O Groats and AnxietyArchb

Ricky and I recently cycled the whole length of Great Britain, starting in Cornwall at the southernmost tip of Land’s End and finishing at the very top of Scotland in...


Supporting SAS Plastic Free Lymington

Surfers Against Sewage Plastic Free Lymington campaign was launched earlier this year, as part of the larger national campaign by the charity to reduce the avoidable use of simple use...


LEJOG: Stage 2 | Launceston to Ilminster and Stage 3 | Ilminster to Gloucester

LEJOG: Stage 2 | Launceston to Ilminster


LE JOG: Stage 1 | Land's End to Launceston

 


Giving back

'Caring has the gift of making the ordinary special.'


LEJOG: Stage 0 | Preparation and Arrival Day

Tomorrow at 8am we start our cycling adventures from Land’s End to John O’Groats. A legendary adventure across Great Britain that has, over the years, been accomplished by many thousands...


A Journey for Growth

“As the next decade is rapidly approaching, I made the decision at the beginning of 2019 to reflect, reappraise and seek guidance on both my business and personal development.


Edinburgh University Graduation Visit

I was honoured to be invited to return to my alma matter, the University of Edinburgh (ESALA) last week to be guest of honour at the graduation prize-giving’s for the...


Reflecting on the essence of PAD studio

We always find it incredibly beneficial and creative to take time out, to spend time together as a team.


PAD raise money for ABS

‘Our values & work are steered by a strong ethical compass’ – manifesto #9


Our architectural picks of Lymington

We are fortunate to be based in the historic and picturesque town of Lymington, uniquely situated between the New Forest National Park and the sea.


Visions for West Hayling - an exhibition

Manifesto point #10 ‘We teach in schools of architecture and this is core to our development; ‘we teach best what we want to learn.’


Topping Out at Gardener’s Cottage

Manifesto 22: We are mindful that we need to look from a distance to see the trees that make up the forest.


International Women's Day 2019

For this year’s International Women’s Day we thought it pertinent to reflect on the days meaning, both to PAD studio as an architectural practice and as individuals.


Reflection on 2018

‘We work in a world of flux and shifting condition. Our deep-rooted values provide stability yet facilitates dynamic response to flux.’ – Manifesto, PAD studio


VectorWorks Training

The design industry has been moving towards BIM (Building Information Modelling) with many big practices investing heavily in this due to the complex projects many work with that demand extensive coordination.


Architects Journal Awards

We are delighted that Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion has been shortlisted in this year’s AJ Awards, in the Leisure Project category.


How I knew I wanted to study Architecture

As a young person in school, a time arises when you have to make the decision of what to do for the rest of your life, especially if you chose...


Flint House visit

As part of the ethos of the company, PAD studio make a point to get out of the studio as often as possible to find inspiration from all that surround us.


Shortlisted in World Architecture Festival Awards 2018

We are thrilled to have been shortlisted in the WAF Awards, Canoe Lake Leisure Tennis Pavilion has been included in the ‘Sport – Completed Buildings’ category.