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12 NEWS HOUSING


Passivhaus development completes in Shropshire


A £2m “exemplar” Passivhaus residential scheme designed by Architype has been handed over to client South Shropshire Housing Association in Much Wenlock, Shropshire. A mix of one, two and three bedroom


homes have been handed over in the village of Callaughtons Ash. The new development is made up of two shared ownership homes and 10 homes for social rent. The development is claimed by the architects to be an “exemplar model for unlocking small green sites and improving the quality of family living in rural areas of


the West Midlands”. It said the client’s “commitment to


sustainability, quality and eradicating fuel poverty for housing association residents was the driving force in commissioning this scheme”. Architype said it had taken a “holistic


approach” to the development, explaining further: “re-thinking how people use domestic space in modern day families, we reorganised the typical approach to standard home types”. The development has a natural palette of UK sourced materials to help it “sit


comfortably in its surroundings.” This includes locally-quarried clay roof tiles, lime render provided by local company Lime Green, and UK-grown thermally modified hardwood cladding. Architype associate and project architect,


Paul Neep said: "It has been a great experience working with South Shropshire Housing Association and the local delivery team SJ Roberts on their first Passivhaus project. They truly embraced the standard and have proven that Passivhaus is easily achievable when you collaborate. We are delighted at the reaction of the tenants and look forward to seeing how well the homes are performing through occupation.” Mark Philips, director of SJ Roberts


said: “It’s been a pleasure to be working alongside the design team headed by Architype in a new form of building. It is definitely the way forward.”


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FESTIVALS World Architecture Festival 28 - 30 November, Amsterdam www.worldarchitecturefestival.com


EXHIBITION Disappear Here 2 May - 7 October, London www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


TRADE SHOWS 100% Design 19 - 22 September, London www.100percentdesign.co.uk


Healthcare Estates 9 - 10 October, Manchester www.healthcare-estates.com


UK Construction Week 9 - 10 October, Birmingham www.ukconstructionweek.com


Education Estates 16 - 17 October, Manchester www.educationestates.com


AWARDS Restaurant & Bar Design Awards 4th October, London www.restaurantandbardesignawards.com


RIBA Sterling Prize Awards 10th October, London www.architecture.com/whats-on


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