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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.

Lacemakers House

Client: Alan Simpson MP

Completed: 2006

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