Posts Tagged "WarmHomes"

Haystone Place

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Haystone Place

2008, Warmhomes – The project, which comprises the refurbishment and conversion of a Victorian terraced house into two self contained flats, demonstrates how a historic building can be successfully converted in a thermally efficient and architecturally sensitive manner.  The existing building has been completely renovated making use of external insulation, and highly efficient heating and ventilation to create a thermal envelope that exceeds Building Regulation standards. The renovations were designed by architect Andrew Paterson at McCaren Design, and built by contractor A.D. Williams.  The project was partially grant funded by the Neighbourhood Renewal Fund to enable the return of unoccupied housing stock back into circulation, and the completed flats will be let by Sarsen Housing Association for the next 5 years. PDF poster – Haystone...

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Hillcrest

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Hillcrest

2004, Warmhomes – This was the precursor to our work on Passivhaus; super-insulated cavities with plastic wall ties, heat recovery ventilation, care over thermal bridges & airtightness at 1.3m/h @50Pa

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Boxhedge Office

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Boxhedge Office

1999, Warmhomes – Oak frame support & timber I-beams with blown cellulose insulation. We were interested to see if a traditional timber frame building could deliver good airtightness, and by separating the oak, services, insulation & airtightness barrier proved it could.

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