New Temple Complex

New Temple Complex
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The New Temple Complex was designed by James Gorst Architects for the White Eagle Lodge, a multi-faith, nondenominational spiritual organization.
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Lea Bridge Library Pavilion
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The refurbishment and extension of Lea Bridge Library in East London has added an adaptable wood-lined community space and café, providing visitors with flexible spaces to work, learn and socialise.
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Larch Corner, a record-breaking timber frame Passivhaus
Larch Corner
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One of the most airtight buildings in the world, Larch Corner is almost entirely timber-based above its slab. That includes the insulation and cladding: it's a cosy Passivhaus that truly is a forever home for the client and his family.
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Godwit House
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Overlooking the Coquet estuary in Northumberland, this bespoke timber-built Certified Passivhaus has been carefully designed by MawsonKerr Architects to be kind to the environment, low cost to run and comfortable to live in.
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Greyfriars by Konishi Gaffney
Greyfriars Charteris Centre
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Konishi Gaffney Architects’ refurbishment and extension of Greyfriars Charteris Centre in Edinburgh has transformed the underused former church and administrative building into a thriving community hub, providing flexible work and events spaces and a nondenominational sanctuary.
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Balcorne St Hagen Hall
Balcorne Street
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Studio Hagen Hall's transformation of a constrained terraced house takes inspiration from the precision and elegance of sailing boat joinery, with storage solutions concealed within the bespoke elm veneer furniture and fittings.
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Oak & Steel In The Kitchen
Oak Barbican Kitchen
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Within the brutalist architectural icon of London’s Barbican Estate, this refurbished kitchen by Francisco Sutherland pairs oak veneer with stainless steel to create a visually stunning and highly practical space.
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Ditchling Museum by Adam Richards
Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft
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Today the museum has been updated and revitalized by Adam Richards Architects. One of the keys to its success is the incorporation of the cart lodge into the new plan; it has been converted into a new entrance to allow the museum to open directly onto the village green and...
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Arcadia Nursery
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Arcadia Nursery was created to provide early-years education for children of university staff, students and the general public and caters for up to 113 children ranging in age from six weeks to five years. Completed in 2014, the nursery brought together two existing university nurseries, on two separate sites in...
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Art and Design Building
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When Bedales School opened in 1893, it was the first co-educational boarding school, with close links to the Arts and Crafts movement and a philosophy which emphasised the importance of arts, craft and drama in a child's development. It also established an 'outdoor work' approach, with a curriculum including gardening,...
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