With a very particular set of design challenges, experienced building professional David Maxwell tested the flexibility and craftsmanship of materials in his own self-build venture.
Published in i-build
With a visual appeal that is not easily surpassed, natural stone paving is a premium landscaping choice for budding self-builders. However, as worrying reports about unethical manufacturing practices continue to surface, choosing the right supplier…
Published in i-scape
Every issue i-build follows Will Anderson as his self-build adventure unfolds. In this installment, his project moves fast as winter approaches.
Published in Time Will Tell
When architects Adam and Annelise Penton visited a plot for their development company they were so blown away by its natural perfection that it led them on an unexpected self-build journey.
Published in Sustainable Living
The self-build journey can be long and tiresome, but the last hurdle is an entirely new project in its own right – the garden.
Published in i-scape
There are many facets to self-build, and following on from his Viewpoint on Project Management in the last issue, Adrian Hateley of the National Self Build & Renovation Centre explains some of the self-build options…
Published in Viewpoint
Within the rolling Welsh hills, surrounded by a picturesque Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and near to the remains of a Celtic hill fort, sits Stormy Castle – a vision of environmentally sustainable homebuilding at…
Published in Rural Retreat
In separate quests in find the perfect plot, two couples – both first-time self-builders – became great friends, consequently hiring the same architect to design highly eco-efficient homes right next door to one another.
Published in Sustainable Living
Each issue i-build follows Will Anderson on his self-build journey. This month, the timber frame reaches for the sky.
Published in Time Will Tell
Every issue i-build follows serial self-builder Will Anderson on his latest project journey as it unfolds. The story starts in a six-metre wide patch of South London mud between two magnificent self-build homes.
Published in Time Will Tell
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