Brent Cross Pavilion

Brent Cross Pavilion by Moxon Architects
Brent Cross Pavilion
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Embracing larch and spruce both in its structure and frame, Brent Cross Pavilion was the first building constructed in the new 180-acre Brent Cross Town development. With exhibition, work and events spaces, all served by a public café, the new facility communicates the vision of the development and acts as...
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Green House by Hayhurst & Co Architects
Green House
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Set on a backland plot in the Clyde Circus Conservation Area in Tottenham, Hayhurst & Co’s design for Green House draws on the natural history and verdant character of its location.
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Water Tower from Tonkin Liu - Dennis Pedersen
Water Tower
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In this retrofit project by Tonkin Liu, a steel-framed water tower has undergone a dramatic transformation to become a part-time residence for photographer Dennis Pedersen and his family.
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Homerton College Dining Hall
Homerton College Dining Hall
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The award-winning Homerton College Dining Hall by Feilden Fowles celebrates the structural capability and natural beauty of timber by forging a modern response to traditional forms of construction.
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Wintringham from dRMM
Wintringham Primary Academy
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Wintringham Primary Academy is a three-form entry primary school that uses cross laminated timber to create an inspiring learning environment, built to impressive sustainability standards.
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GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry
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The GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) Carbon Neutral Laboratory for Sustainable Chemistry was designed as an exemplar of sustainability in design, construction and choice of materials, and one which would be carbon neutral over its 25 year lifetime.
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King’s Cross Sports Hall
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The building stands alongside York Way and is distinguished by a dramatic saw-toothed roofline inspired by the nearby West Handyside Canopy, a huge Victorian roof canopy which is now a thriving events space.
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Hastings Pier
Hastings Pier
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The original Victorian pier was built in 1872, rebuilt in 1922 and finally destroyed by fire in 2010. The architect dRMM became involved when Hasting Pier Charity took over the derelict structure and set up a design competition which was won by the practice.
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The Rye Apartments
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Facing Peckham Rye Park in South London is a new development of ten apartments which demonstrates how the use of timber can create homes which are sustainable, efficient to buildand with interior spaces of exceptional quality.
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The Tower of Love
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One new building stands out on the Golden Mile - a faceted three-storey tower set on a long, low plinth and covered with gold shingles which sparkle in the light. This is Festival House, an award winning building designed by architect dRMM.
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