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Low Energy House
by Architecture for London

Photo by Christian Brailey

Architecture for London has designed the Low Energy House in London, United Kingdom.

This project is an Edwardian terrace in Muswell Hill that was extended and refurbished to create a comfortable, low-energy house. The original structure of the house was revealed; its modest beauty celebrated.

Energy requirements were reduced dramatically by insulating, triple-glazing and improving airtightness where new additions include a rear extension and a loft conversion.

Low Energy House aims to be an exemplar for the sustainable refurbishment of a typical terraced home in London, with a constrained budget, where both embodied energy and energy in-use have been considered in great detail.

This project has been longlisted in the sustainable building category of Dezeen Awards 2022.

Architect: Architecture for London

Project: Low Energy House


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