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Vents, Paternoster Square, City of London: the two helical towers providing a cool air inlet and warm air outlet

RIBA39914
Thomas Heatherwick Studio
NOTES: Sir William Whitfield was responsible for the master plan of Paternoster Square. Thomas Heatherwick Studio were responsible for the design of the sculptural vents that extend from a London Electricity substation and provide cooling for four subterranean electricty transformers.

Beddington Zero Energy Development [BedZed] designed for the Peabody Trust, Helios Road, Wallington, Sutton, London

RIBA40952
Bill Dunster Architects
NOTES: This was the UK's largest carbon-neutral eco-community and the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.

Beddington Zero Energy Development [BedZed] designed for the Peabody Trust, Helios Road, Wallington, Sutton, London

RIBA40954
Bill Dunster Architects
NOTES: This was the UK's largest carbon-neutral eco-community and the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.

Beddington Zero Energy Development [BedZed] designed for the Peabody Trust, Helios Road, Wallington, Sutton, London

RIBA40955
Bill Dunster Architects
NOTES: This was the UK's largest carbon-neutral eco-community and the first of its kind in the United Kingdom.

John Curtin Centre, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Perth, Western Australia: the thermal energy storage tanker

RIBA41044
Brand Deykin & Hay
NOTES: Previously known as the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT) and formed in 1966, this, the largest university in Western Australia, was renamed Curtin University of Technology in 1986.

John Curtin Centre, Curtin University of Technology, Bentley, Perth, Western Australia: the thermal energy storage tank

RIBA41048
Brand Deykin & Hay
NOTES: Previously known as the Western Australian Institute of Technology (WAIT) and formed in 1966, this, the largest university in Western Australia, was renamed Curtin University of Technology in 1986.

Burleigh County Secondary Modern School, Hatfield, Hertfordshire: a horizontal cabinet containing heater units of the re-circulated warm-air system

RIBA42916
Architects Co-Partnership
NOTES: C. H. Aslin was County Architect for Hertfordshire from 1945 to 1958 and headed its pioneering school-building programme. Located near a large jet aircraft factory and landing ground, the construction of this school presented a special insulation problem. It was overcome by using minimum glazing on the elevations facing the noise, keeping the buildings low and using lawns as sound absorbent surfaces.

Bognor Regis Centre, Bognor Regis

RIBA43568
Farrington Dennys Fisher
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