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.
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.
Konishi Gaffney Architects’ refurbishment and extension of Greyfriars Charteris Centre in Edinburgh has transformed the underused former church and administrative building into a thriving community hub, providing flexible work and events spaces and a nondenominational sanctuary.
Studio Hagen Hall's transformation of a constrained terraced house takes inspiration from the precision and elegance of sailing boat joinery, with ingenious storage solutions concealed within the bespoke elm veneer furniture and fittings.
Within the brutalist architectural icon of London’s Barbican Estate, this refurbished kitchen by Francisco Sutherland pairs oak veneer with stainless steel to create a visually stunning and highly practical space.
Glenn Howells Architects has designed a new visitor centre, the Welcome Building, which stands at the main entrance to the Westonbirt Arboretum, its curved timber roof acting as a landmark to visitors arriving at the new car and coach park
This new five bedroom house was commissioned by a client, a family with four daughters, who well knew the work of Knox Bhavan Architects - the practice had converted a house for them in the Dulwich area some years ago. But as the family reached school age, more room was...