The rubble trench is a cheap and effective foundation that combines drainage with load distribution. The basic principle of it has been around for thousands of years but American architect Frank Lloyd Wright brought it into the 20th century. More at www.naturalhomes.org/permahome/rubble-trench-foundation.htm
You name it, this house has it: an air-source heat pump, a rainwater harvester, central-vacuuming system, triple-glazing and motion-sensitive lighting system. It also features underfloor heating and self-closing loos. The five bedrooms are arranged over three storeys.
Sustainable Kitchens - A beautiful open plan barn conversion. An open LED lit larder cupboard with amble storage and efficient ventilation painted in Farrow & Ball moles breath. The bottom shelf is a cold shelf with built in wall ventilation with the drawers below also used as cold storage for vegetables. Bringing old traditions into a a modern kitchen.