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Recently visited by Building Design, D2 & C2 – Mole Architects’ two unique, highly sustainable buildings – are constructed entirely from timber. But what was the driving force behind the choice of material?
Mole Architects designed the two buildings with engineered timber to limit energy consumption, with consideration given to minimising both embodied and operational energy use – a whole lifecycle approach
Greenwich Design District, a collection of 16 buildings designed by eight architects, offers accessible, low-cost workspaces for London’s community of designers, makers and creators.
The brief was short: the buildings must be low cost, no more than four storeys high and house a variety of creative spaces. Blocks are close together and the result is an architectural mish-mash of shapes and materials.
Recently visited by Building Design, D2 & C2 - Mole Architect’s two unique, highly sustainable buildings - are constructed entirely from timber.
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