• Technical

    • Appointment: 2007
    • Area: 1,504m²
    • Budget: £3.5 million
    • Sustainable Credentials: Rammed earth walls excavated from site
    • Client: Bagby Airfield
    • Services Engineer: ZEF UK
    • Structural Engineer: Jane Wernick Associates
    • Quantity Surveyor: Stockdale
    • Landscape Architect: Landscape Projects
    • Competition, First Place
  • Bibliography

      • Chris Foges, 'Rammed earth revival', Architecture Today EcoTech Supplement, 18 November 2008, pp32–33
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off as design goes to ground', Building Design, 17 October 2008, p4
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off with Airfield Hotel', Architects' Journal, 30 August 2008, pp14–15

The clubhouse takes the plan form of an C18th English country house.  The rammed earth superstructure made using material excavated from the site supports the architectural and environmental aspiration of providing a building with high thermal mass and low embodied energy and CO2.

  • Technical

    • Appointment: 2007
    • Area: 1,504m²
    • Budget: £3.5 million
    • Sustainable Credentials: Rammed earth walls excavated from site
    • Client: Bagby Airfield
    • Services Engineer: ZEF UK
    • Structural Engineer: Jane Wernick Associates
    • Quantity Surveyor: Stockdale
    • Landscape Architect: Landscape Projects
    • Competition, First Place
  • Bibliography

      • Chris Foges, 'Rammed earth revival', Architecture Today EcoTech Supplement, 18 November 2008, pp32–33
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off as design goes to ground', Building Design, 17 October 2008, p4
      • 'Bagby Airfield takes off with Airfield Hotel', Architects' Journal, 30 August 2008, pp14–15
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