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 […]
A development for a Housing Association, the site at Bretforton straddles a conservation area boundary and socially disparate communities. Our proposal is to carry out the Urban design centric ideal that Christopher Alexander’s approach to development follows. For more information on the project, click here, or visit our Urban page.
Our new passive house design for Graven Hill in Bicester, Oxfordshire. The scheme incorporates double height spaces, contemporary open plan living, sleeping platforms giving the feeling of loft living and a second floor balcony. The flat roof allows for the installation of due South facing photo voltaics regardless of the plot orientation.
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 […]
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+.
Continuing our campaign for Mending Nottingham, Redmak has prepared a strategy for the refurbishment of a 1970’s furniture store on Mansfield Road which has been unused for a number of years. The proposal includes retail units on the ground floor and houses on the upper floors, with a new build block of 3 flats at […]