• The front elevation of North Yorkshire, a Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
  • The front elevation of North Yorkshire, a large Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
  • North Yorkshire plans. North Yorkshire is a large Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
  • The sand school at North Yorkshire, a large Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
  • An aerial view of our North Yorkshire Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
  • Early ideas for North Yorkshire, a large Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.
North Yorkshire, a Para 55 family home. Designed by Hawkes Architecture, this energy efficient timber-frame passive house will utilize the very latest renewable technology.

North Yorkshire  Para 55

Design work is underway on a 10,000²ft para 55 house with equestrian facilities, set in a 250 acre site with stunning views of the North Yorkshire Moors.

The architectural concept is exploring the texture of local stone carving techniques with water harvesting and optimised solar orientation.

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Data

  • Location: Yorkshire Moors
  • Planning Authority: North Yorkshire BC
  • Consent: Designs under development
  • Type of Project: Para 55 new build
  • Build Program: 24 months
  • Gross Internal Floorspace: 930m²
  • Cost: £3m
  • Status: Application in progress

Technology

  • Extensive photo-voltaic thermal system
  • MVHR heat recovery ventilation system
  • Large scale anaerobic digester
  • Biomass boiler
  • Heat exchanger
  • Immersun
  • Li-ion battery storage
  • 220v voltage optimisation
  • Joule thermal store
  • Rainwater harvesting
  • Triple glazed
  • LED lighting throughout

Facts

  • Passive solar design
  • Super insulated (300mm thick) timber frame building
  • U-values of 0.12 W/M²K
  • Locally sourced materials
  • 24 kwh/m² annum heat load
  • 80 kwh/m² annum primary energy consumption
  • EPC: predicted A/A
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Hawkes Architecture ae very excited to be part of this outstanding project. A site in a truly amazing landscape!

Richard Hawkes - Director

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