Brickfield / Moses Dell

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Leading interior design and build company, Living In Space, is delighted to announce that it has won an International Property Award 2014/15 for its signature eco development in Radlett, Brickfields.
Be Green were appointed as the renewables installer after working closely with the building contractor and the M&E consultants appointed to complete this prestigious development. We designed, installed and commissioned the heating and cooling system. This complete eco (renewables) package significantly contributed to Brickfields wining this prestigious international award.

2 x 28kw Air source heat pump
Under-floor heating throughout, designed to work at low temperatures
Mechanical Ventilation and Heat Recovery (designed for cooling)
Swimming Pool Heating.
The extracted air from the MVHR has been designed to leave the house directly behind the ASHP, this relatively warm air will increase the heat pumps efficiencies in winter.

At the heart of this wonderful new home are two Vaillant Ground Source Heat Pumps providing all the heating for the house, hot water, Swimming pool water and pool air. The heat pumps ground collector comes from over 4 Kilometers of ground pipes installed in an adjacent farmers field.
The company, Living In Space, has historically worked with celebrity clients in Londons most exclusive areas, was awarded the prestigious accolade at an official ceremony at Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square on Friday 24th October 2014.
Brickfields, Living In Spaces premier new build project, has been commended in the Development Sector category, as one of the first properties to truly merge eco living and high-end design, leading the way for sustainable development.
Living In Space incorporated the latest sustainable technologies seamlessly into the property design and the exterior is sympathetic to the homes rural surroundings too; the striking combination of tessellated brickwork and glass pay tribute to the sites history as a former brick makers as well as helping the home achieve its low carbon status. All bricks were handmade and locally sourced while the glass walls were designed to reduce dependency on heating and allow for beautiful light and open interior spaces, maintaining a close connection between the outside and inside.
Anita Kohn, Director of Living In Space, comments: We are thrilled to have had our first development chosen for this prestigious award. It was always our intention to use Brickfields to communicate that there doesnt have to be a compromise between luxury and eco living. Careful planning and utilisation of innovative technologies has led to the creation of a beautiful family home that doesnt impact the environment. We hope that with this award, Brickfields can continue to be a prime example of much-needed sustainable development.
The award for the Property Single Unit category is recognition of one of many outstanding schemes that the skilled Living In Space team has created since its establishment in 2001. Entrants for the category were judged against a strict set of criteria and the company was up against a number of high-profile developers in the county. The Award winners logo is recognised as a symbol of excellence throughout the industry.
This award could be the first of many as Living In Space also has the chance to represent the UK in the International stages of the Awards. Later this year, the highest scoring winners from the UK Property Awards will be considered with other regional title-holders in Asia, Africa, Canada, America and Europe to find the Worlds Best. This was announced at the grand final gala presentation at the Jumeirah Madinat in Dubai on Thursday, December 4th, 2014, although Brickfields made the short list for Worlds Best it unfortunately did not win.
The Awards judging panel consists of over 70 highly respected experts from all over the world and is chaired by three active members of the House of Lords: Lord Caithness, Lord Best and Lord Courtown. Stuart Shield, president of the International Property Awards, said he was delighted to celebrate the achievements of UK developers, commenting, If anyone needed any evidence that the UK is in good shape after the problems of recent years, they only need to look at our UK award winners and see the stunning developments across the UK.

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