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Tag : White Arkitekter

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    Leeds’ green blueprint: Climate Innovation District by White ArkitekterSubscription

    Building1 March, 2019

    Developer Citu’s £250 million development with 800 zero‑carbon homes, aims to accelerate the shift to sustainable cities. Rob Wilson assesses its first phase. Photography Mark Wheelwright

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    28.02.19: Climate Change specialSubscription

    Digital Edition28 February, 2019

    The AJ’s Climate Change special issue features building studies of three highly sustainable developments: Goldsmith Street housing in Norwich by Mikhail Riches; the 800-home Climate Innovation District in Leeds by Citu with White Arkitekter; and the Virido development in Cambridge by Pollard Thomas Edwards. PLUS We investigate what architects can do to mitigate the huge impact of construction on global warming; Paul Finch stresses the ...

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    Exclusive: Moorfields Eye Hospital winner revealed Subscription

    News9 January, 2019

    Penoyre & Prasad and White Arkitekter have won the contest to design a major new eye-care, research and educational facility at St Pancras Hospital in Camden, London 

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    Alexandra Hagen of White: ‘In our practice we value professional skill over gender’Subscription

    News27 February, 2018

    In the run-up to this year’s Women in Architecture Awards on 2 March, we asked architects to tell us about their career, inspiration and how to make the profession more welcoming to women

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    How hospital design is being shaped by the trend for single-person rooms Subscription

    Building2 May, 2017

    Following evidence of reduced infection rates, single-person rooms are gaining popularity. Rob Wilson investigates what this means for hospital design 

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