Award-winning architect Jack Woolley was presented with the challenge of converting a semi-derelict workshop into a residential unit. He needed an array of smart, functional but flexible solutions to maximise space.
As part of the conversion, Jack excavated the basement floor to double the size of the building to 100m2. He needed a heating solution that not only maximised useable space but could be controlled precisely to avoid overheating or underheating the property.
Polypipe Underfloor Heating was laid over the concrete flooring, giving Jack the opportunity to convert the small workshop into a light, airy and comfortable home with useable space for living and working. It gave him the freedom to design and configure the space while simultaneously heating the property – with precise temperature control.