On site with @trevormein to take some shots of our new project. I took some photographic advice while taking this shot. The little house on the left receives the same amount of sunlight (in winter) as it did before the renovation took place. #sunlight
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We are very excited to be involved in a project which proposes to develop a new dwelling to Passivhaus standards! were asked to prepare a comprehensive redevelopment proposal for a rural site in North Dorset. We have achieved a positive recommendation from planning officers in response to a pre-application submission and we have recently submitted a formal planning application.
Passivhaus buildings are designed with six critical issues in mind: Thermal Envelope, Insulation, Thermal Bridging, Glazing, Airtightness, and Ventilation. Are you interested in learning about how Passivhaus can benefit your next development, and help to conserve energy within that? Get in touch!
Who’s ready for holiday travel? When you’re on the road, you may see us through our gas station and petroleum signage. Bold, bright, and easy to spot from a distance. Drive safe! #travel#signs#branding#cladding
In the theme of #InternationalMountainDay, this is Loch Sloy Substation. This substation features our Aerolite Granite product, the structure comes with stunning views.⠀ .⠀ be different. be recognised. be innovative
ECA have designed a contemporary extension to a local listed dwelling! The planning team sought pre-application advice from urban design and heritage officers at Bournemouth Borough Council who support the principle of replacing the existing conservatory extension. The designs evolved in close consultation with them to work towards achieving a successful scheme.
Tower Gates is a modest gatehouse in Branksome Woods. The house was constructed in free Tudor style, circa 1890, with greenish slate roof and decorated roof tiles. The approach of ECA was to seek to complement and enhance the heritage significance of the historic building. In most instances it is not appropriate to create pastiches of existing traditional architectural styles, especially where the historic style is quite unique as in this case. Our approach is to produce something that will respect the special interest of the building and not seek to mimic or compete with it.
ECA have obtained planning permission for the redevelopment of the site adjoining the Royal Arcade, Boscombe! The proposals will contribute towards the on-going regeneration of the area and will result in improvements to the street frontage of this part of the High Street.
The front elevation is the main elevation of the Royal Arcade that affords the greatest significance. Careful, sympathetic design considerations have evolved in close consultation with council officers. The detailed design now provides far more vertical emphasis. The proposals show improved size and regularity in the fenestration treatment, which creates a clear rhythm with door and balcony details of identical size regularly spaced.