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Ravensbourne College – London, U.K.

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on February 1, 2011

Building:Ravensbourne College
Location: London, UK
Completion: 2010
Architect: Foreign Office Architects (FOA)
Engineer: Adams Kara Taylor (AKT)

AE interests: Complex exterior envelope developed using three different anodised aluminium tiles to generate seven different window typologies. Perforated concrete walls and central columns provide large open spaces for use as lecture halls and other academic functions. Open-plan work spaces over four stories to house 1400 students for  interdisciplinary fields of study connected by central atria.

UTL2011-A?, UTL2011-E

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360 London – London, U.K.

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on February 1, 2011


Building: 360 London
Location: London, UK
Architect:Rogers Stirk Harbour+Partners
Engineer: Adams Kara Taylor

AE interests: structure provides for a flexible internal layout, skyscraper in urban London

Asticus Building, London, U.K.

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on February 1, 2011


Building: Asticus Building
location: London, UK
completion: 2006
Architect: Lifschutz Davidson Sandilands
Engineer: Adams Kara Taylor (AKT)

ae interests: the shape and positions of the interior columns maximize the enclosed circular space.

Napp Laboratories – Cambridge, U.K.

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on September 1, 2010

Building: Napp Laboratories
Location: Cambridge Science Park, Milton Road, Cambridge, UK
Completion: 1983
Architect: Arthur Erickson

AE intersts: exterior glass curtain wall, sloping design blends with landscape, linear shape allows for expansion and flexibility.

Exhibition Pavilion – Oslo, Norway

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on September 1, 2010

Building: Exhibition Pavilion, Norwegian Museum of Architecture
Location: Oslo, Norway
Completion: 2008
Architect: Sverre Fehn
Contractor: Kare Hagen AS
Construction: Statsbygg

AE interests: curved concrete roof, concrete column supports, glass facade for natural effect, glass louvers for sun screening.

Nordic Pavilion – Venice, Italy

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on September 1, 2010

Building: Nordic Pavilion
location: Venice, Italy
Completion: 1962
Architect: Sverre Fehn

AE interests: balance of nature and building, crossing concrete beams comprise roof canopy, beams and tree branches diffuse harsh light, large windows for natural light

Roy Thomson Hall – Toronto, Canada

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on August 31, 2010

Building: Roy Thomson Hall
location: 60 Simcoe Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Original Architect: Arthur Erickson and Mathers and Haldenby
Construction: 1982
Renovation: 2002
Architect: KPMB Architects
Engineering: Carruthers & Wallace Ltd

AE interests: feeling of intimacy, no seat further than 107 ft from the stage with unobstructed views. Double shell blocks external noise, renovation equipped with adjustable acoustical canopy, glass exterior transparent at night and refelctive during the day.

Greenwich Millennium Village – London, England, U.K.

Posted in Built by Kaylyn Fenner on January 26, 2010

Building: Greenwich Millennium Village
Location: London, England
Completion: 2006
Architect: Ralph Erskine, EPR Architects LTD
Developer: Greenwich Millennium Village LTD
Structural Engineer: Ramboll, Price & Myers
Landscape Architecture: Battle McCarthy Limited
Integrated Ecological Design: Battle McCarthy Limited

AE interests: environmentally sustainable development, large high performance windows, non-polluting paint, CO2 emissions reduced by Combined Heat and Power system, series of infrastructure layers (heating, electrical distribution, water drainage, gas routes), pre-engineered steel framed structures allow for versatility.