Queenstown House

The client wanted a tall, compact barn-like building that stood out from the majority of houses around it.

The timber triple glazed windows were obtained from another project, and incorporated into the design.

The house is designed and detailed to be as close to zero energy as possible with the budget constraints. Internally the client wanted a vibrant, individual aesthetic which included green (living) walls in the shower, custom engineered staircase, built in hidden joinery and reclaimed items.


Location:

Queenstown

Year of construction:

2017

Construction Type:

140mm timber frame, Maxraft slab, airtight construction, triple glazed timber windows

Renewables:

Photovoltaics 4kW

Space Heating Energy Demand:

30kWh/m2.a

Project Team:

Architecture: Hiberna Ltd
Construction: Alternative Ventures Ltd
Engineering: Ezed Ltd
Interior Design: client and Hiberna Ltd