Lacemakers House

The Lace Market, Nottingham

 

Client: Alan Simpson MP

Completed: 2006

Value: £200,000

Situated in the heart of Nottingham's historic Lace Market, the Lacemakers House was  a derelict Victorian Workshop. Following extensive conversion works, the building is now a sustainable urban home. Split over three levels the house has a double height living/dining area and three bedrooms. The design includes a number of sustainable materials and technologies including photovoltaic panels, grey water recycling and a CHP unit for generating both heat and electricity from one fuel. The building is highly insulated using natural products and is constructed with both recycled and composite materials.