Constructional Timber (Manufacturers) Ltd

Set the stage for timber success
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Read about some of UK’s high-quality timber stages for music, theatre and art Each of the following projects make use of the unique qualities inherent to timber, such as being lightweight, acoustic qualities for music performance, off-site manufacture, and this is just scratching the surface of its extensive list of...
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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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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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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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Peter Hall Performing Arts Centre
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The Peter Hall Performing Arts Centre is a new teaching and live entertainment space at The Perse School. On this project FSC-certified European oak was used for the staircase and its handrails, and for the balustrades of vertical boards which line the staircase and landings. Along the glazed north wall,...
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Norwich Cathedral Visitors’ Centre
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The new Refectory at Norwich Cathedral, the first stage of development to help sustain the future life of this important church, was completed in 2004, and won the Gold Awards at the 2004 Wood Awards.
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Stonebridge Hillside Hub
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The Stonebridge Hillside Hub is a key scheme in the continuing regeneration of the Stonebridge Estate in West London.
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Mellor Primary School
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This primary school extension was designed by Sarah Wigglesworth Architects to reflect the forest school ethos, which holds that learning through the the outdoor environment is key to helping children build resilience, resourcefulness and an ability to work together. Enjoying views out into the surrounding tree canopy, the extension to...
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Sevenoaks Performing Arts Centre
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The new Performing Arts Centre for Sevenoaks School sits on a beautiful sloping site overlooking Knole Park. It contains a concert hall large enough for a symphony orchestra, choir and an audience of 450, a recital room for 100, and a music school with 23 teaching spaces of various sizes,...
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