Wintringham Primary Academy

Wintringham from dRMM
Wintringham Primary Academy
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This three-form entry primary school uses cross laminated timber to create a flexible learning environment, built to impressive sustainability standards. Prioritising wellbeing and adaptability through the creation of fluid, multiuse spaces, the design by dRMM emphasises the social and environmental benefits of timber from start to finish.
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GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry
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Standing prominently in Nottingham University's innovation park, the GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry was designed as an exemplar of sustainability in design, construction and materials.
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Woodland Classrooms
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Architect Studio Weave were asked to find an imaginative solution for the new classrooms at Belvue School, linking them to the nearby woodland and providing a rich and stimulating learning environment. Their design uses timber for both construction and lining of the two classrooms, reflecting the woodland context and imbuing...
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Streatham & Clapham High School
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This independent day school has been transformed by an extension to the ground floor - adding a new dining hall, kitchen, and entrance - as well as a new top floor of exposed glulam and CLT, providing space for the sixth form centre. Although mass timber was chosen for its...
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The Enterprise Centre
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The Enterprise Centre, a new building on the University of East Anglia (UEA) campus, is an outstanding example of sustainability and low-embodied carbon construction. Completed in 2015, the building uses natural and bio-based materials sourced from local supply chains, including Norfolk thatch, recycled timber cladding and glulam columns of local...
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Storey’s Field Community Centre and Nursery
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Sitting at the heart of the village of Eddington in north-west Cambridge, Storey's Field Community Centre and Nursery has been designed as an exemplar of sustainability: using timber throughout the building, both inside and out. Within the main hall, the use of timber was key to creating a warm and...
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Kingsdale School by dRMM
Kingsdale School
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Following their major transformation to the layout of Kingsdale School in 2005, dRMM went on to add a groundbreaking prefabricated timber sports hall and music school, replacing inadequate existing spaces. The two buildings house multiple facilities including a four-court multi-use sports hall, flexible activity/dance mezzanine, five classrooms, and a large...
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Mellor Primary School
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This primary school extension was designed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects to reflect the forest school ethos, which holds that learning through the the outdoor environment is key to helping children build resilience, resourcefulness and an ability to work together. Enjoying views out into the surrounding tree canopy, the extension to...
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Eleanor Palmer Science Lab
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This small but carefully crafted building uses simple timber construction techniques to create an inventive lab space dedicated to teaching science to young children. Described by project architect Anthony Boulanger as "a learning environment that aims to foster enquiring minds, curiosity and wonder in the world", the lab sits in...
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St Clares from Hodder + Partners
121 St. Clare’s
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This private sixth-form college, which provides courses in the International Baccalaureate, has approximately 375 students, most of whom are boarders. In 2015, Hodder and Partners added five mass timber buildings arranged around a new quadrangle, and woven between existing mature trees, with a restored Grade-II listed Arts and Crafts house...
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