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1840’s Victorian House Remodeled Into Zero Carbon House

Sun, May 30, 2010 | Sustainable house designs | By Mike

Designed by John Christophers of Associated Architects as a family home this house is a winner of RIBA award for architectural excellence in 2010. It’s an unique zero carbon project located in inner city Birmingham, UK. The new house has been built around an existing early Victorian two-bedroom semi-detached house, produces as much energy as it consumes and is twice bigger than the original one. There are now four bedrooms and a studio loft. The development cost £1,160 per sq m and features more than 14 reclaimed materials as well as integrating sustainable building materials. { Zero Carbon House | Photos by Martine Hamilton Knight }

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  1. tapet Says:

    nice bathtub and the price (1,160) is ok for this residence

  2. Oliver Says:

    absolute awesome … like the woodwork …

  3. Michelle Says:

    Very exciting. In addition to winning RIBA Architecture Award, I’ve just seen this house is now shortlisted for the RIBA Manser Medal, for best house in the UK!!! ie we are talking pretty serious architectural design here, as well as a fantastic “green” performance…WELL DONE! http://www.e-architect.co.uk/birmingham/zero_carbon_house.htm

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