Durley Chine Environmental Hub

Durley Chine Environmental Hub
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The Durley Chine Environmental Hub is a seafront visitor centre for Bournemouth that has been built using low carbon and repurposed materials.
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Wales Institute for Sustainable Education
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WISE, the latest building to be completed at the Centre for Alternative Technology, combines exceptional environmental performance with a lucid modern aesthetic.
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Wood Chip Barn
The Wood Chip Barn
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Most timber used in buildings today is machined, glued and fabricated, creatingstandard products from what was a very non-standard element, a tree.
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The Savill Building
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The Savill Building is a new visitor centre for the Great Park, the historic 14,000 acre (5,665ha) forest and woodland park to the south of Windsor.
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The Rothschild Foundation
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Waddesdon Manor, a turreted Renaissance-style French chateau in the rolling Chiltern hills, was built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild in the 1870s.
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The Macallan distillery
The Macallan Distillery and Visitor Experience
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The Macallan, the distinguished single malt whisky, has been produced in Speyside since 1824, and its new building is set into the sloping contours of the estate grounds.
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The Investcorp Building
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Zaha Hadid Architects has designed a new building for St Antony's College, Oxford, a beautifully crafted structure with a sinuous, shimmering stainless steel façade, positioned with great care alongside its period neighbours.
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The Hurlingham Club
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The Hurlingham Club, founded in the 1870s, is a famous sports club with a Georgian clubhouse, polo grounds, croquet lawns and tennis courts set in 17 hectares of picturesque grounds alongside the Thames in Fulham, London.
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The Core
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Since 1995 a worked-out china clay pit in St. Austell, Cornwall has been transformed into a leading tourist attraction and horticultural centre, the Eden Project.
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The Alnwick Garden
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In the last few years, the derelict 12 acre walled garden adjoining Alnwick Castle has been transformed into a contemporary, public garden where an underlying planted structure unifies the Garden's themes - spectacular water displays and quiet contemplative areas.
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