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EXTERNAL ENVELOPE


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tions to create a fresh yet gentle identity for a historic church and graveyard, differentiated from the neighbouring Lambeth Palace. London’s Garden Museum is housed in the deconsecrated grade II listed church of St Mary at Lambeth. Dow Jones Architects’ first phase in 2008 involved a two-storey gallery inside the church, creating new galleries, an education room and storage, and consoli- dated the nave as an events space. The competition-winning second phase


A bronze garden D


ow Jones Architects’ recently completed Garden Museum Phase 2 uses Nordic Bronze clad interven-


extends the museum both within the existing building and out into the churchyard, creat- ing a new public face. New garden pavilions provide education rooms for a range of learn- ing and community activities, and a café. They are connected by a glazed cloister that frames a new Dan Pearson designed garden and are clad in Nordic Bronze copper alloy from Aurubis. Interlocking Nordic Bronze shingles with concealed fixings are set out in a distinctive, plate-like pattern conceived as being reminis-


cent of the flaking bark of the surrounding plane trees. The shingles wrap tightly around the façade, meeting the windows and slim warm roof construction to form a crisp outline. Mechanical extract vents are integrated into the cladding with custom bronze cowls that protrude outwards. The architects chose Nordic Bronze as


“a lightweight material that weather from a bright copper colour to an even earthy chocolate brown. This colour will allow the building to sit quietly within the grave- yard, allowing the garden and church the strongest presence”. Nordic Bronze is produced by Aurubis,


part of the world’s leading integrated copper group and largest copper recycler. Other copper alloys include Nordic Brass – now also available pre-weathered – and t he innovative Nordic Royal, an alloy of copper with aluminium and zinc, giving it a rich golden through-colour and making it very stable. The Aurubis architectural range also includes Nordic Standard ‘mill finish’ and Nordic Brown pre-oxidised copper, offering


Award-winning design with Marley Eternit


Young people in Hampshire are benefit- ting from a brand new community hub combining award winning design with increased functionality. A highlight of the unique build is the seamless blend of roof and facade achieved through the specification of Thrutone Fibre Cement


Slate from Marley Eternit. Thrutone Fibre Cement Slate from Marley Eternit was specified; providing a smooth dark grey appearance to deliver a strong visual appeal, while its lightweight properties meant it was suitable for use on both the roof and facade.


01283 722588 www.marleyeternit.co.uk Remmers repair Bawdsey Radar Station


Built in 1938 and protected by Concrete Blast Walls, Bawdsey Radar Station was the world’s first operational radar station. The walls had decayed steadily since the building was vacated in 1991. Being a Heritage site, traditional concrete repair techniques were not allowed.


Working in partnership, Remmers and Concrete Renovations Ltd devised a way to repair the walls by using Remmers restoration materials. Remmers coloured mortars were used to repair and simulate the colour of the original concrete alongside Remmers migrating corrosion inhibitor and impregnation cream.


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lighter or darker shades of brown determined by the thickness of the oxide layer. Various Nordic Green, Nordic Blue and Nordic Turquoise factory-applied patinas have also been developed with properties and colours based on the same brochantite mineralogy found in natural patinas all over the world. For more info email g.bell@aurubis.com.


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