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Welcome to the 2023 Winter EZINE!
Welcome back to the Winter Edition of the Architecture Unknown Ezine where you can get all your AU News update fixes.
It’s been a very chilly winter so far but that hasn’t stopped the hustle. We have some very exciting updates from various projects undergoing construction and introducing new projects in 2023. We are expanding our expertise into PassivHaus as a way to create more sustainable projects moving forward. To all our friends, clients and casual readers, as we head into 2023 we hope you had an enjoyable 2022 and hope to see you over the coming months. Follow us on our social media and website to keep up to date with our latest projects.
Until next time.
Daniel AU Co-Director
A two storey side extension in Altrincham is under construction. It’s designed to contain a reading room with garden facing windows and a recording suite at ground floor and a private study at 1st floor.
As part of this year’s Global Challenge 2022-23, AU and RootedIn have submitted the Old Vicarage Youth Centre in hopes to accelerate its development. We are the only project from the UK and one of four in Europe and are short-listed!
ALL DONE WITH CONSTRUCTION
The Victory Room of the St. Clement’s Church in Openshaw went through some inclusive changes! A new ramp and entrance door is currently under construction for easy accessibility for visitors and goods.
NEW AND UPCOMING- GLENVIEW EXTENSION
A family home that is spacious and open, creating a haven that looks out into the glen at the every floor in the house.
AU’S VERY OWN PASSIVE HOUSE DESIGNER
AU? are proud to announce that our Co-Director, Daniel, has successfully passed the Passive House Designer course and is now officially a Passive House Certified Designer. Sustainable design is embedded at every level of the AU process and it’s increasingly something our clients are seeking us out for. It lies absolutely hand in glove with our community-led design approach. A future of scarcity is not something we want to see as it will affect every aspect of the communal life we think is so important.