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climate responsive retrofit
In it together – a panel on climate responsive retrofit
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With presentations by three leading retrofit advocates, a recent webinar hosted by TDUK University Design Challenge 2023 offered insights into climate-responsive retrofit from the perspectives of an architect, engineer and landscape architect. Despite its critical importance, retrofit is not, yet, common practice – and is likely to be one of...
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Wolfson Tree Management Centre
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Two radical timber buildings at the National Arboretum in Gloucestershire demonstrate how timber from trees felled in the routine maintenance of the estate were processed on site into structure and cladding, and constructed by volunteers and trainee carpenters.
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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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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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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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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 Winter Garden
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The Winter Garden, by Pringle Richards Sarratt, forms part of the much bigger redevelopment of Sheffield city centre's Heart of the City Project.
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The Welcome Building
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Glenn Howells Architects has designed a new visitor centre, the Welcome Building, which stands at the main entrance to the Westonbirt Arboretum, its curved timber roof acting as a landmark to visitors arriving at the new car and coach park
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The Hostry
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Hopkins Architects has been involved in the design of new facilities at Norwich Cathedral for 14 years; the first phase of development, the Refectory, and the now-completed Hostry.
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