Jeremy Stacey Architects of Norfolk

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Juniper House, King's Lynn

Overview: An urban development of low energy offices, social housing and a public garden.

Client: Borough Council of King's Lynn and West Norfolk.

Contract value: £2.5 million.

The architect's aim was to rebuild a corner site within the King's Lynn conservation area and create an imaginative mixed development responding to the council's Agenda 21 commitments. Approximately 1500 square metres of space utilises an innovative low energy strategy for providing environmental control of the spaces. The building structure is an integral part of the heating and cooling processes and high levels of insulation and air-tightness minimise heat loss through the fabric.


The houses have been designed as lifetime homes with high levels of insulation and energy-conscious heating and ventilating systems.


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