Byker was rebuilt in the 1970s to the designs of Ralph Erskine, with 2,000 houses and flats. Bolam Coyne is considered one of the most imaginative and remarkable developments within the Byker estate.
The deep energy retrofit of two semi detached houses located in Washington, Tyne and Wear.
The base level refurbishment involved a basic upgrade to the MEP systems that had reached their end of life but included no alteration to the building fabric.
The concept design was developed to Passive House EnerPHit standard, making it the largest EnerPHit project in the United Kingdom and the third largest in Europe at the time.