Anne Thorne Architects were delighted to attend the 5th year of the 2016 UK Passivhaus Awards, where 1 Meeting House Lane was nominated for the urban category.
Meeting House Lane design team presenting the project at the 2016 UK Passivhaus Awards.
Anne on the question panel, answering the question "What does it take to self-build to Passivhaus" alongside John Palmer (Enhabit) and Jon Broome ( Jon Broome Architects).
For results follow the link below :
2016 UK Passivhaus Awards
The above pictures belong to Passivhaus Trust
8 August 2016
22 July 2016
"AECB conference 2016 july 16th/17th, at the delightful Adapt building at University of East Anglia, designed by Archetype built by Morgan Sindall.
Architect and Design Manager explained the building together in a double act that clearly demonstrated how well they had worked together - the inside spaces are a joy to be in, the only time I have sat on a platform in a lecture hall and seen out of the building through glass to trees beyond, a glorious feeling of space. Great discussions throughout. Visits to my straw bale house and new passivhouses in Norwich "
Posted by ATA at 4:12 pm
1 June 2016
14 March 2016
'Now that I have been in for a couple of months I can really appreciate how brilliantly
the house has been designed and built. Everyone who comes is amazed at how good it
looks and feels, even with boxes still piled up everywhere’
Certification plaque was fixed up to applause and thanks to contractor Croft Farm Construction
"It’s been a great job to work on - a pleasure to work with both client and Contractor.
Congratulations city of York to your first certified passivhaus, and may there be many more!
We hope the house will be open again for interested visitors, at next year’s Passivhaus Open
Day in November”
Fran to speak at Brighton Green Architecture day on saturday 19th march, see www.brightonpermaculture.org.uk
'Green Architecture Day is an annual event Brighton Permaculture has run in partnership
with Low Carbon Trust since 2002. Since then, the event has attracted over 2,000 participants
to hear inspiring talks about how we can live and work in greener buildings. It has featured
talks from speakers as varied as Ben Law, Christopher Day, Pooran Desai and Satish Kumar.
At Brighton Permaculture Trust, we believe that we need to give equal weight to sustainability
in the built environment and regenerating our landscapes’