• sustainable design and energy efficiency
  • sustainable design and energy efficiency
  • sustainable design and energy efficiency
  • sustainable design and energy efficiency
  • sustainable design and energy efficiency
  • sustainable design and energy efficiency

This dilapidated Victorian property has been extended upwards with a new storey and to the rear, creating a four bedroom house from what was once a modest cottage and including numerous sustainable design and energy efficiency features.

To the front, the house is sympathetic to its original features and to the rear is a contemporary triple-glazed bay and 3-storey sash window opening onto a courtyard garden with moated fish pond. The house provides a 4-bed dwelling, with living areas, study and kitchen dining room opening onto the garden. The house features a range of sustainable design and energy efficiency features, including external insulation to the solid walls, a whole house ventilation system, solar heating, a green roof and a rainwater storage/irrigation system.

You can download a detailed analysis of the sustainable design and energy efficiency techniques used on this house here. This includes an analysis of the cost savings too.

The garden includes a mixture of corten planters, hard paving and planted beds to create an urban oasis.

This house was included in London Open House in 2013 and 2014.

sustainable design and energy efficiency
sustainable design and energy efficiency
sustainable design and energy efficiency
sustainable design and energy efficiency

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