Sustainable Building

creating energy efficient homes that you will love

The Kwosh team is passionate about sustainable building and the development of desirable homes.

We have a wealth of experience in both the renovation of period properties and the development of new homes.

Our portfolio includes homes that have featured in Ideal Home, Home Building & Renovation and Build-It magazines.

We believe that everyone has the right to live in a warm and comfortable home with minimal energy costs and we achieve this by taking a fabric first approach to a wide range of building styles.

Whatever your needs, Kwosh can provide the expertise to ensure your house will be a home that you love

For further details on many of our projects please have a look our Portfolio.

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The Croft

The Croft is an oak framed farmhouse built on the site of an old bungalow in a rural location. The house was designed by Border Oak and uses hand made bricks and handmade roof tiles to compliment the oak. Features include under floor heating throughout, MVHR, LED lighting and rainwater harvesting. The build took a year and was completed in 2010.

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Summer Place

Summer Place is a highly insulated timber framed home with a stone weatherboard fnish. The large three bedroomed home was developed to compliment the rural aspect of the setting which included river frontage.

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April Cottage

April Cottage was built on the site of two derelict attached cottages that had been vacant for 60 years in a village location bounded on three sides by occupied dwellings. The original stone was reused to maintain the barn like appearance from the road side and the rear elevation was extended to create an innovative U-shape to utilise available space effectively creating a large four bedroomed family home that maintained a high level of privacy.

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Hainton House

This project saw the renovation and reconfiguration of a Grade II listed period stone house while retaining many of its original features. The original 4 bed 1 bathroom layout was changed to provide 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a study area to suit 21st century family life. The house was extensively insulated, windows were upgraded and a glass link area was created to the rear which boosts natural solar gain during the winter months.

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