Scott Brownrigg + Turner
Scott Brownrigg + Turner has won detailed planning permission for this Environment Agency headquarters building in Wallingford, Oxfordshire, designed to encompass a series of 'green features'. Two 3,500m2 curved buildings will be clad in red panels and glass and house the agency and a hydrology firm. The three-storey blocks include solarpanel brise-soleil louvres, natural ventilation and wind turbines on the roof. Work is due to start later this year and finish in 2005.
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