Redmak Architecture and Urban Design LLP have been busy with designing their latest Passive House project. The aims of a Passive house is to provide occupants with a high level of comfort whilst using little energy for heating and cooling. To achieve the Passive house standard in the UK, this typically involves: High levels of […]
Suffolk housing scheme is a development of 300 environmentally friendly houses, using local public space tissue studies on which to base the layout to form: Village square Tapering streets Stable yard news Perimeter blocks Street trees “Walkable” urban block sizes. We have been blessed with the following testimonial from one of our treasured clients: “With […]
In addition to architectural design, we had the pleasure of designing a new bespoke front door for one of our private clients. The brief was to produce a historical Tudor style door with a central motif. The door is a composition of insulation sandwiched between two oak faced panels, held together by japanned screws, and […]
Farida Makki has received formal recognition from the University of Nottingham Faculty of Engineering [Department for Architecture and the Built Environment] for her ‘excellent contribution’ via the Student Evaluation of Teaching process for the academic year 2016-17. Farida is the Studio Unit Head for one of the vertical Year 2/3 units on the University RIBA/ARB […]
We are pleased to announce that Redmak’s change of use and refurbishment of the Old Methodist Church in Kimberley into offices has achieved an Energy Performance Rating of A+.
REDMAK studio has produced a series of films aimed for architectural students to help with their constructional, detail and tectonic understanding. First in series: Where Does the Insulation Go? A film describing where insulation should go in the external envelope of a building; near the inside, in the middle or near the outside of the wall. […]