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OEB Architects completes high-tech, low-energy extension in north London


A very nice piece of work. It would have been good to see the detail of the wall construction and how the timber frame was placed nest to potentially damp Victorian brick walls, thickness of the construction, and how much space was lost. What was the insulation? Architects need to do much more retrofit for energy saving, so this project is at the forefront. More photos are on the Bowtie website, under Kentish Town /on-site. So AJ, more technical, useful info, and less pontificating from columnists.

Posted date

27 January, 2020

Posted time

10:40 am