Homes & Gardens

A PLACE OF POSSIBILITIES

‘Recent events have proved that working from home is not just possible but can be very productive,’ says architect John Pardey, whose Hampshire-based practice works on a range of residential projects. As with many architects, home offices or studies have often been a part of his work but are not necessarily a given – something

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