Residential Case Study

Ridgeway Views, Mill Hill

Project Background

Ridgeway Views is a collection of 490 flats set within 47 acres overlooking fields of Totteridge Valley. These energy-efficient homes offer village life coupled with city living. The development includes a gym, bar, parking, charging points, landscaped gardens, fitness trail, concierge, café, car club and play area. The National Institute for Medical Research was originally designed in 1934 by Maxwell Ayrton, with the buildings all being named after pioneering researchers from the institute (Dodson & Wolff House), with the main cruciform named as Ayrton House. This building has been recreated with a green copper-roofed centre, village pond, 3 storey workspace and restaurant.


Cellecta’s HEXATHERM XPERi was specified by Julian de Metz of dMFK working with HawkinsBrown & RMA Architects due to its closed cell structure that provides unrivalled resistance to water absorption and high compressive strength, making them ideal for external basement lining applications.


Barratt Homes was supplied 112,500m² of Cellecta products to develop these flats in the Mill Hill conservation area.




RMA Architects


Barratt Homes

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“Excellent life-long thermal performance”

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