Gaia Architects and Hawkes Architecture have made the shortlist for this year’s Passivhaus Awards
Private houses by Gaia Architects and Hawkes Architecture along with social housing schemes designed by Eco Arc Architects and Norfolk’s Parsons and Whittley have all been shortlisted in the awards which ‘celebrate the design and performance of Passivhaus in the UK’.
The full shortlist:
- Crossway by Hawkes Architecture
- Plummerswood by Gaia Architects
- Totnes Passivhaus by Passivhaus Homes Ltd
- Ditchingham Passivhaus by Parsons and Whittley
- Lancaster Cohousing project by Eco Arc Architects
- Racecourse Passivhaus Bungalows by Gentoo
- Green Base by Simmonds Mills Architects
- Canolfan Hyddgen by JPW Construction
- Interserve Offices by Interserve
The shortlist was judged by AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman, with Jon Bootland, chief executive of the Passivhaus Trust, Lynne Sullivan, founder of SustainableBYdesign, and Nick Grant, technical director of the Passivhaus Trust.
The winners will be announced at an award ceremony being held at the Austrian Ambassador’s residence in London on 4 July.