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Biotecture's green wall

Green Sky Thinking: TfL's Green Wall in Central London

9-Oct-2012

Footprint climbs Biotecture’s green wall at Edgware Road Station

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FootprintWire 09.10.12

9-Oct-2012

Today’s green news: Oxford scientists produce low cost PV film which can be incorporated into glass building facades

Welsh terraces

RSAW launches low energy home contest

8-Oct-2012

[Submission deadline: 12 November] The Royal Society of Architects in Wales (RSAW) has launched a competition inviting low energy designs for unused and derelict terraced houses in Wales.

Pop Down by Fletcher Priest. Makes use of hidden ‘mail rail’ tunnels beneath Oxford Street to create an underground experience – a mushroom farm with daylight via glass-fibre mushrooms at street level

Revealed: Fletcher Priest wins High Line for London contest

8-Oct-2012

Fletcher Priest has won the international competition with an underground scheme

Trees

FootprintWire 08.10.12

8-Oct-2012

Today’s green news: Britain urged to ban import of ash trees, as disease spreads across Europe.

Wilkinson Eyre’s and Grant Associates’ £500 million Gardens by the Bay project in Singapore

Wilkinson Eyre’s Cooled Conservatories crowned world’s best building at WAF2012

5-Oct-2012

Wilkinson Eyre’s Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay in Singapore has won the coveted world building of the year award

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FootprintWire 05.10.12

5-Oct-2012 | Updated: 5-Oct-2012

Today’s green news: JRA completes BREEAM Excellent refurb of 199 Bishopsgate

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Aquatecture – Blue Water Thinking

4-Oct-2012

Footprint sails with Baca Architects

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FootprintWire 04.10.12

4-Oct-2012

Today’s green news: Trong Nghia Architects win WAF schools category with passive solar school in Vietnam

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Behind the scenes at Slip House

3-Oct-2012

Footprint tours Carl Turner Architects’ Brixton house, designed to CSH Level 5

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