RIBA Awards 2013 - Blog 2 - The Slip House

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20th Dec 2013

Today we cast our eyes over to The Slip House – a research centre for sustainable building, designed by Carl Turner Architects.

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The private build has been designed to meet the criteria for Level 5 of the ‘Code for Sustainable Homes’ energy saving trust – and features numerous eco-friendly aspects which include: solar panels, solar assisted pumps (‘energy piles’), rain water recycling, and mechanical ventilation.

Situated in Brixton, the three-storeyed structure consists of a 3 ‘slipped’ box design, and is the prototype for a proposed housing development called ‘Slip Street’ which has yet to be approved, but is also a Carl Turner Architects project.

The building is very refined in both design and function, with the sustainable features being integral to the project as a whole, instead of being last minute considerations.

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