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Object ( [ID] => 39710 [post_author] => 7736 [post_date] => 2018-03-28 12:23:01 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-03-28 11:23:01 [post_content] => Located within Cambridgeshire is Kimbrook House, a detached grade II listed dwelling. The clients were looking for sympathetic design that enhances the existing setting and neither detracts from or overpowers it. The proposals for this scheme were not to extend the listed structure but create a semi-independent structure away from it. A single storey family room extension has been carefully placed away from the key historic facades. This ensured minimal disturbance to the historic fabric and setting, allowing the listed structure to remain dominant in scale and presence. The use of glass links allows visual separation while creating a flow between the listed building and extension. Two key materials used were dark copper cladding and minimal framed glass, as both materials harmonise whilst emphasising the listed building's current style. The use of bio-diverse green roofs allows the existing habitat below the footprint of the building to be retained, this also softens the building into the site when viewed from the upper levels of the three-storey listed structure. Winner – National Home Improvement Council Award for Best use of Aluminium Systems for windows, doors & facades 2017. Shortlisted – Build It Awards, Best Architect/Designer for a Renovation or Extension project 2017. To read more about this project click here. 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The proposals for this scheme were not to extend the listed structure but create a semi-independent structure away from it. A single storey family room extension has been carefully placed away from the key historic facades. This ensured minimal disturbance to the historic fabric and setting, allowing the listed structure to remain dominant in scale and presence. The use of glass links allows visual separation while creating a flow between the listed building and extension. Two key materials used were dark copper cladding and minimal framed glass, as both materials harmonise whilst emphasising the listed building's current style. The use of bio-diverse green roofs allows the existing habitat below the footprint of the building to be retained, this also softens the building into the site when viewed from the upper levels of the three-storey listed structure. Winner – National Home Improvement Council Award for Best use of Aluminium Systems for windows, doors & facades 2017. Shortlisted – Build It Awards, Best Architect/Designer for a Renovation or Extension project 2017. To read more about this project click here. 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Despite having stood as an empty shell for over 50 years, Carol and Majid Nadry were inspired by the tower’s industrial charm and stunning natural location, and bought it at auction with the ambition to turn it into a home for themselves and their youngest daughter. However, as with any conversion of an industrial building into a domestic dwelling, there were some inherent design issues that needed to be considered. Whilst ceiling height wasn’t an issue in the 46 ft tower, the narrowness of its footprint meant that the width of the walls needed to be kept to a minimum in order to maximise the liveable space. This led to the specification of Kingspan Kooltherm K12 Framing Board. Homeowner, Carol Nadry said, “We were concerned that when we came to insulate the tower, we would lose valuable space from the rooms we had created within the structure. The Kingspan Kooltherm range was a lot thinner than other types of insulation, but still offered a high level of thermal performance which would allow us to meet the building regulation requirements.” The Nadrys also constructed a low-level extension for the tower to provide additional living space. To insulate the cavity walled construction of the extension they installed 50 mm Kingspan Kooltherm K8 Cavity Board. Additionally, to avoid the need for wall mounted radiators within the main water tower, underfloor heating was installed on every floor of the building. To help retain the heat in the floor space above, Kingspan Thermafloor TF70 floor insulation was installed beneath the heating pipes on every floor. 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Despite having stood as an empty shell for over 50 years, Carol and Majid Nadry were inspired by the tower’s industrial charm and stunning natural location, and bought it at auction with the ambition to turn it into a home for themselves and their youngest daughter. However, as with any conversion of an industrial building into a domestic dwelling, there were some inherent design issues that needed to be considered. Whilst ceiling height wasn’t an issue in the 46 ft tower, the narrowness of its footprint meant that the width of the walls needed to be kept to a minimum in order to maximise the liveable space. This led to the specification of Kingspan Kooltherm K12 Framing Board. Homeowner, Carol Nadry said, “We were concerned that when we came to insulate the tower, we would lose valuable space from the rooms we had created within the structure. The Kingspan Kooltherm range was a lot thinner than other types of insulation, but still offered a high level of thermal performance which would allow us to meet the building regulation requirements.” The Nadrys also constructed a low-level extension for the tower to provide additional living space. To insulate the cavity walled construction of the extension they installed 50 mm Kingspan Kooltherm K8 Cavity Board. Additionally, to avoid the need for wall mounted radiators within the main water tower, underfloor heating was installed on every floor of the building. To help retain the heat in the floor space above, Kingspan Thermafloor TF70 floor insulation was installed beneath the heating pipes on every floor. 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Object ( [ID] => 45508 [post_author] => 1 [post_date] => 2018-06-13 12:42:37 [post_date_gmt] => 2018-06-13 11:42:37 [post_content] => JB Kind supplied the internal doors for Potton’s Passivhaus showhouse. This innovative build adheres to stringent design and construction guidelines from the Passivhaus Institute in Germany, achieving a winning combination of both environmental sustainability and luxury. Potton chose a range of JB Kind doors to complement their innovative interiors approach. The textured Ripple doors works wonderfully upstairs, painted an attractive shade of grey – Dulux, Chic Shadow. Downstairs, JB Kind’s Walnut Mistral doors matches the walnut staircase and furnishings perfectly. Several of our doors were fitted in pocket door systems, demonstrating the space-saving advantages that can be achieved. We also supplied the handle packs to complement the door designs and add that finishing touch. If you’d like to see the JB Kind doors contained within the Passivhaus home itself, the show house is available to visit at Potton’s show centre in St Neots, Cambridgeshire. Find out more about our involvement with Potton's Passivhaus by visiting the JB Kind website. 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