This three-storey detached new-build NZEB family home was part of a larger site which was subdivided into three lots with a previous planning permission which dictated restrictions on size, height and position.
The house is accessed directly off Rochestown Road to the south, where the site slopes down to the Douglas River estuary to the north.
A split-level arrangement is used to incorporate the site’s natural contours into the design. The central open-tread staircase is the core of the plan where a double-height entrance hall void brings in natural light from the south.
From the entrance hall steps lead down into the open-plan living spaces which offer views overlooking the estuary. A kitchen roof light to the east and corner window to the south-west bring direct sunlight into these spaces.
The second floor contains a master bedroom that projects out from the roof to best capture the panoramic view.
Planning stage for a four bed familly home in Crosshaven
This Dormer house of 237.00 sqm was built for € 1000.00 / sqm
Excluding fittings and site works, who said Passive House is Expensive !
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This is a A rated house build with some of the Passive house guidelines, 70 % of the work progress completed.
The building technique is insulated concrete form block, this is fast to build, great wall u values and airtighness.
The windows alu clad are triple glazed, the roof is made with prefab insulated panel.
The client is targeting the zero Co2 emission, with the future installation of solar pv panel and heat pump.
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On going Site works
Four bed two storey house, A Rated, area : 2800 sqf.
Block work construction, Split level with site for integration in the landscape
Large glazed window to the south and picture frame window to the east to enjoy the view and natural light.
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Five bed tow storey house.