Wednesday30 July 2014

Wilkinson Eyre centre to go ahead

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Wilkinson Eyre has won planning for its £30 million landmark sustainability centre in London’s Royal Victoria Docks.

Pringle Brandon is interior architect on the project, which is to open before the Olympics. The 7,000sq m building will showcase new technology and sustainable living and working.

Chris Wilkinson said: “We are really pleased to receive consent for this exciting building which embodies the key design philosophies of our practice: combining the latest technology with dynamic form and an inherent approach to sustainability.”


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  • Interesting to know what a "£30 million landmark sustainability centre" is for, and how its huge carbon footprint will actually help the planet...

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  • doesnt look very sustainable- can we have some more information?

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  • To open before the Olympics? I can't see that happening!

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  • quite right, it should be clad in horse manuere and be made from old milk cartons to "look" sustainable. I have no doubt WIlkinson Eyre with do a bang up job as usual!

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