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Ecological House, Oxford

Extension, re-planning and renovation of mid-terrace Victorian house, located in North Oxford Conservation Area.

Prior to the project the house was in a very basic and dilapidated state, with minimal building services (only a single cold water tap) and sky visible through holes in the roof. The project involved a whole-house refurbishment of the property, together with a new two-storey rear extension, providing a new garden-facing living room with a unique study/bedroom nestled above.

The refurbishment was originally designed to a very high standard of energy efficiency, following the ‘EnerP
Hit’ standard. The scheme involved a high-performance upgrade of the building envelope in order to achieve high levels of insulation and air-tightness, and incorporation of an MVHR (mechanical ventilation and heat recovery) system throughout the house.

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