With the participation of future residents from the outset, the new award-winning Trivselhus UK development, Marmalade Lane, helps people live together more sociably through co-housing.
Marmalade Lane’s 42 contemporary houses and apartments are unique because of the facilities they jointly share. At the centre of the Trivselhus development, the Common House can seat all residents in its main space to meet and eat together. It features a communal kitchen, spaces for classes and activities and play areas for children. There’s even a laundry, as well as additional guest bedrooms that can be used by everyone.
Outside, in addition to each home’s private outdoor space, a large garden provides more room to play, grow vegetables and relax. Cars are kept to the perimeter of Marmalade Lane to make the streets more sociable for people, and a safe area for children to run around.
All of the ecofriendly homes and shared buildings are built with Trivselhus’ Climate Shield® technology, so you can be confident of their strong green credentials while seeing a lifetime of savings in energy costs.
Marmalade Lane is ideally placed for enjoying the best that Cambridge has to offer. Just a cycle ride from the city centre with its stunning architecture and international culture, this Trivselhus development is also within walking distance of the Science Park and Cambridge North train station, and a short journey out to the famous East Anglian countryside.
Marmalade Lane is the result of an innovative collaboration between the K1 Co-housing Group, Mole Architects, TOWN and Trivselhus.
To find out more about Trivselhus Marmalade Lane please visit marmaladelane.co.uk