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Quay to success

Stride Treglown’s Temple Quay House for the DEFRA in Bristol has the outward appearance of a conventional office building, but is designed to meet rigorous environmental standards I admit that I got lost and had to be talked down on my mobile phone as I frantically skirted Bristol city centre.My guide was Laurence Wood, estates manager at the building I was to visit. His offices on the top floor of the (as was) DETR building in the Temple Meads district of Bristol, gave him a vantage ...

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