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Alan Camp completes International House in Woolwich

[First look] Alan Camp Architects has completed this £16.2 million residential scheme in Woolwich, London

Overlooking the 2012 Olympics equestrian events venue at Greenwich park, the 10-storey scheme features 116 flats and duplex apartments arranged around a landscaped courtyard.

According to Alan Camp Architects the inclusion of a centralised woodpellet biomass boiler has achieved a 20 per cent reduction in carbon emissions for the project. Meanwhile, bat boxes, swift boxes, log piles and roof-mounted nettle beds have boosted ecology.

Designed for social housing group LHA-ASRA, the scheme features red and white facing brick, prepatinated zinc, and projecting balconies with coloured aluminium balustrades.

Alan Camp Architects' International House project in Woolwich, London

Alan Camp Architects’ International House project in Woolwich, London


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