Environmental Buildings

Environmental buildings

The need to use sympathetic and environmentally friendly construction methods means that old neglected techniques are recieving a renaissance. These include lime mortar and render, wood and the use of seedum which not only provides a beautiful green roof but more importantly reduces runoff which contributes to the dangers of flash flooding.

Oak and timber framed construction
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The oak framed buildings were created as outdoor storage. Providing practical and beautiful solutions.

Flowering sedum
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The sedum roof changes throughout the seasons providing an abundance of flowers in summer.

Sedum roof
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The roofs utilised sedum in order to blend into the existing surroundings. There are many benefits to using sedum in different construction situations these include;

  •  prevention of run off,
  • thermal insulation,
  • habitat for insects that encourage other wildlife.

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