The Technique Building

Technique Building extension retrofit glulam CLT exterior
The Technique Building
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The Technique Building received a new lease of life by a superstructure of glulam column-and-beam frame, and new storeys (with solid CLT floor slabs) added to the top. The building's six storeys feature high ceilings and generous open volumes.
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Lower James Street
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This rooftop extension of a 1920s office building used pre-fabricated CLT to create a dramatic double-height office space with a mezzanine floor and angled rooflights.
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Oak Tree House timber passivhaus
Oak Tree House
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Oak Tree House is the first certified Passivhaus to be constructed in the Tyneside area. Built beside an oak tree on a large sloping rear garden plot, it uses a breathable twin timber frame, site-sourced stone and minimises the use of steel.
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Goldsmith Street
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Goldsmith Street is an exemplary timber frame scheme of 93 highly sustainable homes, all socially rented, in the heart of Norwich. Designed by Mikhail Riches, the development provides a combination of family-sized houses and flats for Norwich City Council, all built to the rigorous Passivhaus standards.
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Durley Chine Environmental Hub
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The Durley Chine Environmental Hub is a new seafront visitor centre for Bournemouth that has been built using low carbon and repurposed materials.
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Larch Corner, a record-breaking timber frame Passivhaus
Larch Corner
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One of the most airtight buildings in the world, Larch Corner is almost entirely timber-based above its slab. That includes the insulation and cladding: it's a cosy Passivhaus that truly is a forever home for the client and his family.
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Godwit House
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Overlooking the Coquet estuary in Northumberland, this bespoke timber-built Certified Passivhaus has been carefully designed by MawsonKerr Architects to be kind to the environment, low cost to run and comfortable to live in.
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