Designed by inspirational architect Richard Hawkes. Crossway features the UK's only timbrel vaulted, parabolic arch, hand-made using 26,000 clay tiles. The property has been nominated for numerous awards and is now a celebrated landmark in the Kent countryside.
The sustainable project appeared on Grand Designs and is known to be one of Kevin McCloud's favourite buildings. Made possible by PPS 7 (Paragraph 55) policy, this one-of-a-kind property has also achieved 'Passive Haus' certification, testament to its build quality and clever design.
Super insulated and sustainably built from locally sourced materials, this eco-house makes a yearly profit from its class leading renewable technology and it's energy efficiency is monitored by students at Cambridge University.