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COPPER IN ARCHITECTURE Hall commended for copper credentials As well as enabling savings on the supporting structure, the pre-oxidised copper cladding of the eight-storey Frances Gardner House hall of residence for University College London, received a commendation in the Copper in Architecture Awards. To help architects make the most of the material, the organisation also offers a technical manual and CPD seminars.

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