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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UK Hardwoods from Buckland Timber
UK Hardwoods Storage Building
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Built using timber from the client’s woodland, the UK Hardwoods Storage Building is a remarkable example of local businesses working together to use timber in a sustainable and creative way.
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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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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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King’s Cross Sports Hall
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Distinguished by a dramatic saw-toothed roofline, the King's Cross Sports Hall was designed by Bennetts Associates to serve residents of the new King's Cross development.
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Velux Headquarters
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The VELUX headquarters building is an imaginative response to the client’s brief, which asked the design to be 'a practical demonstration of VELUX products in an inspirational setting'. The dynamic space is enclosed by cruck-like glulam timber beams, running like a set of vertebrae to form walls and roof.
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White Scar Caves
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Unifying various visitor buildings near the entrance of the Yorkshire White Scar Caves, this timber canopy ‘extends’ the mouth of the cave, radiating out from the rock to act both as an invitation and a shelter. 
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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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The Globe at CERN
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The Globe is the tallest timber domed structure in the world, about the size of the dome of Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome.
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