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Covent Garden Houses Cambridge : Information
Residential Development in Cambridge, southeast England – design by NRAP architects
page updated 7 Aug 2016 ; 3 Mar 2009
Covent Garden Houses
Location: central Cambridge
Design: NRAP, architects
Covent Garden Cambridge
We developed these two houses in the centre of Cambridge. Highly specific in their design they are intended to be proto-typical of the kind of new urban housing that could be provided in British cities in the 21st century.
They incorporate Geothermal pumps to harness heat energy from the earth providing both heating and hot water. The heat pump has replaced the need for a traditional boiler and the extra initial outlay will be recouped by minimising dependency on increasingly expensive gas and electricity.
Covent Garden Houses Cambridge photo / information from NRAP 050309
Location: Covent Garden, Cambridge, south east England, UK
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Cambridge University Department of Architecture Extension
Design: Mole Architects
photograph : David Butler
Cambridge University School of Architecture
New Buildings in Eddington
Design: Stanton Williams
photo © Jack Hobhouse
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Cavendish III Physics Laboratory, Cambridge Science Park
Design: Jestico + Whiles, Architects
image : Forbes Massie
Cavendish III Physics Laboratory Building
Bouygues UK, a British subsidiary of Bouygues Construction, and the University of Cambridge have signed a construction contract for the university’s Cavendish III physics laboratory and a neighbouring shared facilities hub, both designed by architect Jestico + Whiles.
Stapleford Granary Arts and Music Venue
Design: MCW architects
Stapleford Granary Arts and Music Venue Building
Transformation of a Victorian Farm into a music and arts venue. The ACE Foundation is a Cambridge based charity with the aim of encouraging and developing cultural understanding.
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