Our Beautiful Simple Yet Elegant New Bamboo House Design

This design is based on a 60 degree equilateral triangle for maximum strength. We use a simple 1220mm x 2440mm modular panel size. The bamboo staves are 100mm diameter and create a rigid A-frame with trusses and beams. This version of our bamboo house design is made with 7 panel modules. This house size is […]

Low Energy, Timber Framed, Brick Clad PassivHaus, Open Plan Living.

This house achieves so much for the client. Besides being a low energy home with low CO2 production, the layout has most bedrooms upstairs but crucially, one downstairs for use as an AirBnB let, a lodger or for a future wheelchair user. Passive Houses tend to have minimum sized windows because this is where most of your thermal envelope heat is lost. In this case, as we often try to do, we have four rooflights in this scheme which floods the house with natural sunlight whilst minimising the heat loss. Additionally, the open plan living, kitchen dining space opens onto the south facing garden making the feeling of outdoor living very easy to achieve in the summer months.


UK North Sea breakwaters on the 12nm territorial water limit, new off-shore harbour villages, nature reserves, wind power, land reclamation and consequential east coast regeneration. To see the full presentation of this project on YouTube click here. To see the Redmak Pop Up Studio YouTube channel click here.

Historic Housing Model: Hakka Rammed Earth Wall

This southern Chinese traditional house form is a circular protected village encompassed by a rammed earth wall normally 2, 3 or 4 storeys high with many families; in fact, the whole village living within. At some sites, these Hakka’s are in groups suggesting that, as the village population grows, new Hakka’s are built. Being fundamentally […]