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Dundon Passivhaus by Prewett Bizley Architects

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Stephen Lawrence Prize 2015 shortlist: An energy-efficient house overlooking the Somerset Levels

Dundon Passivhaus is an understated and unpretentious building set in a beautiful rural landscape. It was self-built by the architect for his family, designed and built to Passivhaus standards, but with the scope to open windows. Large sliding folding windows ensure every ounce of the view penetrates the space. The walls are super-insulated using recycled paper, and the internal carpentry is beautifully detailed and crafted.

Project data

Client Graham Bizley
Contractor Self-build
Contract value £470,000
Gross internal area 226m²
Region South West
Photography Graham Bizley

 

 

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