Curated for a housing development, we’ve produced a residential housing scheme dedicated to adults with autism. Our design principles are based on the Kingwood design guide which addresses the needs of autistic people by creating a sensitive living environment to promote comfort and independent living. Each with their own entrance door, residents will have control […]
Farida Makki has received formal recognition from the University of Nottingham Faculty of Engineering [Department for Architecture and the Built Environment] for her ‘excellent contribution’ via the Student Evaluation of Teaching process for the academic year 2016-17. Farida is the Studio Unit Head for one of the vertical Year 2/3 units on the University RIBA/ARB […]
We are pleased to announce that Redmak’s change of use and refurbishment of the Old Methodist Church in Kimberley into offices has achieved an Energy Performance Rating of A+.
Continuing our campaign for Mending Nottingham, Redmak has prepared a strategy for the refurbishment of a 1970’s furniture store on Mansfield Road which has been unused for a number of years. The proposal includes retail units on the ground floor and houses on the upper floors, with a new build block of 3 flats at […]