The Jewel Box

View from courtyard space

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HU-403200139 added this to Libbit11 May 2019

Sunken lower level next to brick

ruthmwalsh added this to ruthmwalsh's ideas8 May 2019

clever and cosy extension to a traditional house. Fraher Architects London.

julia added this to side return16 Mar 2019

exterior - good shapes and textures, nice blockwork

walkerz added this to Holiday Home Ideas26 Feb 2019

Is it possible to do an eco-build extension or refurbishment? Yes, it’s possible. But because you’re working with a pre-existing building, it’s not quite as straightforward as the blank canvas a new build provides. It’s especially complicated when it comes to building to a particular standard. ‘Passivhaus is the main standard we aspire to,’ says Alan Budden. ‘But if we’re working on a refurbishment of an existing house, the EnerPHit standard may be more appropriate.’ The EnerPHit standard was developed as a good practice refurbishment guide for Passivhaus-style renovations, and takes into account the limitations of working with an existing building. Check out what you need to consider when planning a rear extension

Ian Matthews added this to shelly and Ian's project1 Feb 2019

wider wood panel and combine with render

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