Adams Row EnerPHit

  • Client: Grosvenor
  • Architect & PassivHaus Designer: Sturgis Carbon Profiling
  • Structural Engineer: Hurst Pierce + Malcolm
  • Contractor: Gaysha Ltd
  • Location: London
  • Building Standard: EnerPHit (PassivHaus Retro)

The Adams Row ‘retrofit’ for Grosvenor is one of the first privately rented EnerPHit homes in central London. It is an integral part of the Grosvenor’s plan for carbon emissions reductions.

The Victorian property was built as a stable and coach house in 1720 and converted to residential use between 1886-1892. The retrofit aim was to maintain all its existing historical features whilst delivering an efficient building to the highest standards.

SCP’s approach included:

Adams Row exterior

SCP role

SCP was engaged both as architect and certified PassivHaus designer, thoroughly monitoring the project on site through to completion to ensure that the building would comply with EnerPHit Standards. SCP also provided PassivHaus and airtightness training workshops for the contractor and client.

You can read the relevant article here.

13 Adams Row

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