What we build

When completed Lound Hall will be the UK’s first Passivhaus nursing home, with a core focus on fresh air ventilation, comfort and healthy living conditions. The new extension at Lound Hall is in response to unprecedented demand for places as a result of Lound Hall’s focus on high quality traditional nursing care, as well as the changing national demographics.

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Bere:architects were approached in the summer of 2010 to design a 2 bedroom passivhaus home on a sloping site in the Chilterns. The scheme has planning permission and the designs are currently undergoing considerable refinement.

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A new build Passivhaus project for private clients in Richmond, creating an extremely low energy 3 bedroom house on this end of terrace site. Incorporating green roofs for biodiversity in a contemporary piece of architectural design using the fabric-first energy saving principals of the Passivhaus methodology.  Renewables include water harvesting, recycling and domestic hot water heating.

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A low energy refurbishment of one of the oldest houses in Islington, for the latest of our famous dance & theatre clients.

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The retrofit of a detached family house in Brent aimed to dramatically reduce the energy demand of the house. The project involved a new build rear extension built to the passivhaus standard with general internal space re-planning.

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The intention of this project was to create a contemporary garden evolved from the English landscape tradition and it involved both extensive soft and hard landscaping.

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This low energy retrofit to a family house in Haringey incorporates some passivhaus-inspired fabric improvements to reduce the primary energy demands of the house by 42%.

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