My Quote of the week:

Italian architect Renzo Piano has won just about every award in the industry Pritzker Architecture Prize, RIBA Gold Medal, AIA Gold Medal) and he knows what counts: education and experience. He says: “In architecture you should live for 150 years, because you have to learn for the first 75 years.”


Faris Mousa is an entrepreneur based in Manchester who has worked on a number of residential and commercial projects.

For Faris, property investment has no set formula. Each building has its own story, and Faris's mission is to make spaces to be the best they can be. This includes searching far and wide to source the highest quality materials and striving to build workspaces that inspire people to be creative, productive and proud of their organisations, as well as homes that bring people together to interact in and share fulfilling lives. By understanding the property and gathering a fantastic team together to create unique and wonderful spaces Faris seeks to stand out from the crowd and produce something that everyone is proud of.

The goal is always the same: to take a building that's falling short of its potential - somewhere forgotten, tired and unwanted - and create spaces that people fall in love with. The aim is to push boundaries and make the trend, not just follow it!

In doing so, Faris adds a little extra happiness to the world. Who could wish for more than that?