This is the second post in a sequence of three where we review key aspects of how our heritage buildings influence our health and wellbeing: this time the focus is on ventilation. If you missed the previous blog on (the related) dampness and mould click here. Last time we highlighted how heritage buildings need careful… Continue reading Heritage and Health: is your building ventilated for wellbeing?
Heritage and Health: How well is your building treating you? In the first of a series of blog posts we will be reviewing how your health is directly affected by your internal environment.
Winter: a great opportunity for hibernation, contemplation and planning. Following on from our last blog (click here if you missed it) - a timely event to immerse yourself in helpful advice on alterations to your heritage or listed building is The Listed Property Show in London – held this year on February 9th and 10th … Continue reading Planning Ahead: The Listed Property Show Event, London
Winter is a time to connect with your older property and plan for living in harmony
Today I was one of a fortunate few who visited the John Lewis Heritage Centre at Cookham, near Maidenhead organised by modern.space. Harking back to John Lewis' origins as a haberdashery and printer of materials, the building is home to an archive of both acquired textile patterns and those commissioned by John Lewis, from 1800… Continue reading A Visit to the Textile Design Archive at the John Lewis Partnership Heritage Centre