Larch Corner

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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Greyfriars by Konishi Gaffney
Greyfriars Charteris Centre
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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.
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Douglas Fir House from Christian Brailey
Douglas Fir House
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Reconfiguring and extending a studio flat at the rear of a converted Edwardian house, this project by Christian Brailey Architects is a celebration of the characteristics and craftsmanship of timber.
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Wooden Annex by Tsuruta
Wooden Annex
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The Wooden Annex is a single-storey, fully timber extension to a 1950s end-of-terrace house in South London. The addition of the annex accompanied a complete refurbishment of the existing house, creating increased and improved open living space for the homeowners.
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Velvet Mill
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Dominating the Bradford skyline is a group of magnificent Grade II* listed Victorian buildings, Lister Mills, with massive stone walls and an iconic 250 foot high chimney, inspired by St Mark's Campanile in Venice.
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Woodland Classrooms
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Architect Studio Weave were asked to find an imaginative solution for the new classrooms at Belvue School, linking them to the nearby woodland and providing a rich and stimulating learning environment. Their design uses timber for both construction and lining of the two classrooms, reflecting the woodland context and imbuing...
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The Globe at CERN
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The Globe is the tallest timber domed structure in the world, about the size of the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome.
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The HELIX
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The Healthcare Innovation Exchange (HELIX) Centre is a new building with a radical concept; to explore how designers might work together with clinical practitioners in an acute general hospital to improve healthcare.
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The Hostry
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Hopkins Architects has been involved in the design of new facilities at Norwich Cathedral for 14 years; the first phase of development, the Refectory, and the now-completed Hostry.
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