Nestled in the charming hamlet of Womenswold in the south-east of Canterbury, lies what appears to be a traditional countryside cottage, which to passers-by could easily be believed as having stood undisturbed for hundreds of years.
A UK first for Apollo Education and NUDURA, Apollo Education was the first major construction company in the UK to trial NUDURA's Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) technology.
Nudura’s Insulated Concrete Formwork (ICF) building system was selected for the rebuilding of an existing cottage to Passivhaus standards in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with additional planning development restrictions in West Sussex.
Nudura’s Insulated Concrete Formwork (ICF) building system was selected for this low energy house clad in western red cedar. ‘The Red House’ is an Architect’s home designed to have exceptional levels of insulation combined with high thermal mass.
A new residential care home is saving more than 50 per cent on comparable energy costs using the unique NUDURA Insulated Concrete Form (ICF) system.
It's no rumour but a proven fact that a 200m²+ house in south west Devon has an annual energy bill which costs virtually nothing! Situated at the conﬂuence of the River Tavy and the Tamar, this beautiful country home is aptly named Rumour, as it's not visible from most elevations.
Set in a glorious corner of West Yorkshire, Corn Mill Farm is now one of the most elite properties in this much sought-after area and offers outstanding views over open countryside.
In autumn 2016, Landmarks (UK), a Yorkshire-based developer of exclusive sustainable properties, chose insulated concrete formwork (ICF) for the construction of a magnificent four-storey family home, over-looking the glorious scenery afforded by this West Yorkshire valley.
Starbeck is situated in the outskirts of Harrogate on the main road through Knaresborough, on the junction of Broughton Way and the High Street. The old pub and hotel ‘The Henry Peacock’ used to stand on this site, but has been demolished to make way for this exciting new project.
For Andrew and Gisela Blee, building their own home in the Cotswolds was the realisation of a 25-year dream when in 2015 they purchased a south facing, sloping plot with amazing views over a picturesque valley near Stroud.
Located in a wooded area of coastline above South Sands in Salcombe, architects van Ellen + Sheryn have designed this 5-bedroom award-winning modern home, which sits comfortably within its setting and maximises the views over the surrounding landscape and coast.
Curved walls are usually every builder's nightmare. But for specialist house builder Barry Fingleton, not only were they a must-have when it came to designing his own 3,250sqft home in County Laois, in Ireland, he knew that by using insulated concrete forms, it would also be a piece of cake.