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NEWS EVENTS


SEMINARS Musicity at the RIBA 04 April, London www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


Listed Building Consent: When do you need it and how do you get it? 27 April, Cambridge www.architecture.com/WhatsOn


FESTIVALS Clerkenwell Design Week 23-25 May, London www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com


London Festival of Architecture 01-30 June, London www.londonfestivalofarchitecture.org


EXHIBITIONS Imagine Moscow 15 March - 04 June, London www.designmuseum.org/exhibitions/future- exhibitions/imagine-moscow


TRADE SHOWS Materials 2017 25-26 April, London www.materials2017.co.uk


The Natural Stone Show 25-27 April, London www.stoneshow.co.uk


Clerkenwell Design Week 23-25 May, London www.clerkenwelldesignweek.com


Vision 06-07 June, London www.visionlondon.com


100% Design 20-23 September, London www.100percentdesign.co.uk


Healthcare Estates 10-11 October, Manchester www.healthcare-estates.com


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BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ for new Bristol office scheme


A speculative office building designed by Bush Consultancy has achieved a BREEAM ‘Outstanding’ design stage certificate – the highest rating for sustainability. Aurora, located in Bristol’s central


business district, was benchmarked on the latest BREEAM assessment guidance. The project team said this represented the most stringent criteria for sustainability any UK commercial building has been subjected to. The project has become only the sixth


building nationwide and the only located outside London to achieve an ‘Outstanding’ status. Architects Bush Consultancy


embedded various energy efficiency measures into the scheme, including solar panels, intelligent LED lighting, water-saving technology and a heat recovery system. There will also be electric car charging points, a roof terrace garden, bicycle storage facilities, lockers and showers. Aurora will consist of six storeys, with each floor measuring 15,500 ft2


. Its striking


facade and double-height reception area will lead through to a central glass atrium. The building is expected to be ready for fit-out by the end of the year.


CGI of Aurora at night; interior; daytime showing roof garden will look EDUCATION IBI wins Cardiff HQ commission


IBI Group has been selected to design the new headquarters for Cardiff University’s School of Journalism. The practice will redevelop 2 Central


Square, which is located next to the new Fosters + Partners-designed BBC Cymru Wales building at the heart of the city’s Central Square development. The school will be equipped with TV


and radio studios, a 300-seat lecture theatre, six newsrooms, dedicated editing suites, a postgraduate research space, a library, and innovation and stakeholder engagement labs. Work on the interior is set to begin in August. Architect Richard Golledge from IBI


Group said: “Our Learning+ team is privileged to have been selected to design what will be a flagship learning environ- ment, a place that inspires the next gener- ation of national and international


journalists to succeed. As local architects that design leading education estates globally, we are proud to be contributing to the excellent reputation that both the city and Cardiff University have gained for first-class education facilities.”


ADF APRIL 2017


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