Industry-renowned architects and pioneers of the zero carbon agenda, Zedfactory, are set to unveil what they claim could be a groundbreaking solution to the housing shortage.
The solution, which will be presented at Ecobuild 2016 held on 8-10 March at the London ExCel, claims to require no land while offering zero energy bills and the ability to relocate the property in the future.
By looking at the way in which towns and cities grow and how the needs of their occupants change, zero-carbon design and development experts Zedfactory claimed they have created a solution that could change the way the UK builds new homes.
ZEDliving – which will be exclusively unveiled at Ecobuild – is an affordable urban lifestyle solution that creates homes that require requiring no land, have no energy bills, no carbon footprint and help to reduce air pollution.
Bill Dunster OBE, founder of thecompany, said:
“If an affordable and low risk future powered by renewable energy is now possible, it is irresponsible not to provide it given accelerating climatic change.
“ZEDliving offers this. We are refining the zero carbon agenda and making it economically viable today by our homes being capable of having net zero annual energy bills. This offers a tangible benefit to everyone affected by rising fuel prices.”
Ecobuild Event Director Martin Hurn added:
“We are thrilled that Zedfactory have chosen Ecobuild to unveil ZEDliving, a unique solution to the delivery of future homes.
“Zedfactory has a reputation for delivering architecture that challenges and inspires. Their new solution looks set to continue this trend.”
Zedfactory will be exhibiting on stand number E4220. For further information about Ecobuild 2016, please visit www.ecobuild.co.uk.