All Refurbishment stage articles – Page 2

  • News

    Solid wall insulation

    2010-04-09T00:00:00Z

    Ibstock and Rockwool have joined forces to launch BrickShield, an insulated external wall cladding

  • News

    Wireless lighting control

    2010-04-09T00:00:00Z

    MK Electric has launched the Astral wireless lighting control system, which is suitable for new-build and refurbishment projects

  • News

    Concrete floor finishes

    2010-04-09T00:00:00Z

    Weber Floor 4650, duro-colour, self-smoothing light industrial floor compounds has been used for the renovation of floors in the reception and meeting spaces at the offices of architect John McAslan + Partners in London

  • Features

    Taming the beast: Winchester’s green office refurb

    2009-09-11T00:00:00Z

    This is the story of how a sixties brutalist eyesore was turned into a building more becoming to the genteel town of Winchester – and made into one of the UK’s greenest offices in the process

  • Eco terrace 2
    News

    Old terraces in Staffordshire become green icons

    2008-11-19T09:55:00Z

    Winner of the Building 99% Campaign Award for refurbishment this is an inspiring example of how to turn a humble Victorian house into an eco terrace

  • News

    The suburban carbon slashers

    2008-10-22T16:55:00Z

    It looks like a thirties terrace but it's leading the way in getting rid of almost all carbon emissions

  • Camden house before refurbishment
    News

    The Camden Victorian house refurbishment

    2008-09-11T00:00:00Z

    This leaky Victorian semi looks much like its neighbour – yet it’s now more energy efficient than almost any new build and is set to achieve Code Level Four status

  • News

    Chalcot estate: Altered towers

    2008-05-16T00:00:00Z

    The refurbishment of a sixties north London estate could serve as a template as attention turns to cutting CO2 emissions from existing housing. Stephen Kennett reports

  • A sophisticated new curtain wall comes with larger windows and better proportions.
    Features

    Rotunda redux

    2008-05-09T00:00:00Z

    Glenn Howells used advanced technology to convert a famous Birmingham landmark into flats – and secure a piece of modern heritage in the process

  • Refurbished Rotherhithe Estate
    News

    Eco-features at Rotherhithe Estate project

    2008-04-09T13:28:00Z

    Constructing Excellence looks at the eco-improvements that lead to the scheme being awarded an EcoHomes rating of Excellent

  • AC Architects Cambridge showcase building, company office
    News

    Greening up a 19th century building

    2008-02-25T11:39:00Z

    Cambridge architect sets benchmark and wins RIBA eco-award with showcase scheme

  • Glastonbury House
    News

    Glastonbury House is saved with £10m revamp

    2008-02-11T10:47:00Z

    Sixties eyesore tower block sets an example for others with EcoHomes “very good” rating

  • News

    River Cottage HQ gets eco-makeover

    2008-02-04T00:18:00Z

    Celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall's brainchild undergoes a green revamp and expansion of his growing food empire. Full data on building performance included

  • News

    The existing stock blueprint

    2008-01-07T10:30:00Z

    The team behind an energy performance upgrade of six houses in Hampshire hope this can be the start of a much more ambitious and extensive effot to tackle inefficient existing housing stock

  • Parity Projects founder Russell Smith outside the property
    News

    The refurbishment challenge

    2007-07-18T16:50:00Z

    Web exclusive : An innovative project in Sutton is trying to tackle two major sustainable headaches – how do we address the existing inefficient housing stock and how do we know which methods of environmentally-friendly upgrades are more effective?