VLA Stores, Surrey
This month's case study is a two-storey industrial facility near Weybridge in the UK, rated 'Excellent' under BREEAM.
The building has been designed for compact and economical space use and circulation flow in a minimum rectangular envelope. The Stores Building was commissioned by the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), as part of a wider redevelopment, and incorporates a bio-fuel boiler, four 6kW vertical axis wind turbines and 'sun pipes' supplementing passive infrared controlled lighting to internal areas.
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