1. A call to arms for curiosity. Change your perspective, change your life.

    Be curious. Curiosity leads to inspiration, which leads to creativity, which leads to doing cool stuff. – Carlo Navato. DoWales 2014.

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    Posted September 5, 2014

  2. 328: A development by Haxted Estates

    We made a short film about our our waterside residential development on Poole Harbour: Credits: Cinematography: Oak Design Studio www.oakdesignstudio.com Music: Patrick Amos

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    Posted January 31, 2014

  3. Carlo Navato Talks Westfield Croydon

    The Croydon Partnership is a £1bn joint partnership between WestField and Hammerson to redevelop the Whitgift Centre area of Croydon. Haxted’s Founder, Carlo Navato, was invited to talk about the proposed Westfield development immediately after the successful planning meeting on Croydon Radio. Catch up with what he had to say in the interview here.  

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    Posted November 27, 2013

  4. Haxted Announce Corporate Sponsor of FairField

    Fairfield Halls is a registered charity (number 1026483) and much-loved multi-arts centre. Like other similar arts organisations, it relies on donations and sponsorship to help support their artistic programme and projects with young people. This is an exciting time of change and development for Fairfield, as they are in the midst of a much-needed refurbishment project to bring their 50-year-old building up to date. Haxted are delighted to join Fairfield Halls as a Corporate Supporter.

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  5. Haxted Wins at What House Awards

    Haxted is delighted to report that our prime waterside development on Poole harbour, received a silver in the Best Luxury Development category at the What House 2013 Awards last Friday, 15th November. Widely recognized as the Oscars of the house-building industry, the award was recognition of our commitment to design excellence. Here’s what the judges had to say: 

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    Posted November 18, 2013

  6. Croydon’s Urban Regeneration

    The London Borough of Croydon is ready to lay to rest the ghosts of the urban decay experienced over the last 30 years. As London’s largest borough by population, it’s best connected in terms of public transport, and it’s greenest (one third covered in green open space, 4 SSSI and 2 local nature reserves), it also suffers from a bad wrap in terms of PR. At Haxted we are working on a number of important urban regeneration schemes in the borough, and as a locally based business (and with a

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    Posted July 30, 2013

  7. Love and the Linn Sondek LP12

    Our lovely friends at Hiut Denim down in Cardigan know about Carlo’s love of vinyl and his trusty turntable. So they asked him to write a piece for the 2013 Yearbook which has left the printers this very week. Here it is. We hope you enjoy it. Order your Yearbook, which is a thing of beauty, here: http://hiutdenim.co.uk/products/year-book-2 Love and the Linn Sondek LP12

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  8. Smarter advertising, Smarter Planet

    So I guess we’re stuck with billboard advertising. In which case why not re-invent it to be useful, smart and stylish? Oh wait that’s exactly what Ogilvy and IBM have done.

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    Posted June 6, 2013

  9. John Wooden

    John Wooden, legendary UCLA basketball coach and English teacher, often regarded as the best coach of all time in the US, died in June 2010 aged 99. Over 27 years, he won 620 games, including 88 straight during one historic stretch. Wooden would coach 27 years at UCLA, finishing with a record of 620-147. He won 47 NCAA tournament games. His overall mark as a college coach was 885-203, an 0.813 winning percentage that remains unequaled.  After he enjoyed great success at UCLA, the Los Angeles Lakers reportedly offered Wooden their head

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