A Closer Look: The Eyrie

A Closer Look: The Eyrie

The Eyrie

A closer look at the Eyrie, an energy efficient, contemporary family home. All in all, electricity, heating and hot water cost our clients just £1000 in the first year.

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Rural Housing: Broadland Housing Association

Rural Housing: Broadland Housing Association

Binham

To finish off #ruralhousing week, a group of projects we have worked on over several years with Broadland Housing Association – the design and delivery 94 new homes on four sites, as part of Broadland’s development programme in North Norfolk.

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Rural Housing - An introduction to Tayler & Green’s mid-century council housing

Rural Housing - An introduction to Tayler & Green’s mid-century council housing

Herbert Tayler (1912-2000) (left) and David Green (1912-1998). (Image from ‘Tayler and Green Architects 1938-1973: The Spirit of Place in Modern Housing’)

As a contribution to Rural Housing Week we thought we might point you at a series of posts by our Head of Housing Matt Wood about Norfolk’s under-sung architectural anti-heros Tayler & Green, who designed over 600 council houses for Loddon Rural District Council during the 1950s. Read the introduction to the series below and find the full series on Matt’s blog Ruralise.

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We must build ecologically and responsibly: CobBauge

We must build ecologically and responsibly: CobBauge

We are presenting our EU funded earth based research construction project, CobBauge, next week at the De-growth conference organised by the International Society for Ecological Economics. It will show one way that the construction industry could reduce its devastating carbon emissions and impact on the environment.

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