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Robert Webb Associates

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London-based Robert Webb Associates has designed this lowenergy demountable exhibition hall to be used for shows on sustainability - including the UN commission on sustainable development's Earth Summit 3, scheduled for August 2002 in Johannesburg. The practice got together with New York architects A Form Architecture and Buro Happold to create the 1,500m timber-arched structure, which uses minimal embodied energy, packs up in about a week for transport, and has a range of low-energy devices including photovoltaic panels in the facade and wind turbines nearby. The design team is looking for partnerships with manufacturers of energy efficient and renewable products to integrate them in the building, which will end up at the UN in New York. Webb can be e-mailed at info@rw-a.co.uk

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