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Cedar Shingles help enhance the sound of music at Cumbrian therapy centre


Marley’s Western Red Cedar Shingles have been specified internal and external building material for the Sunbeams Music Centre, an award-winning music therapy centre that is helping to make a real difference to people of all ages. One of the critical objectives for the centre’s design was to ensure it sat seamlessly within its local environment. This led the design team at MawsonKerr to the use of natural building materials; the extensive use of Marley’s Western Red Cedar Shingles has helped achieve this perfectly. Marley’s Western Red Cedar Shingles delivered a renewable and sustainable cladding solution for the centre, providing one of the lowest carbon footprints of any widely used building product. In addition, the colour blend ensures the centre fits seamlessly into the local environment. A primary design theme was the wish to connect the inside of the centre with the exterior facade, and the use of cedar shingles both internally and externally brings with it a connected symmetry that accentuates the building’s positioning within the landscape. In addition, the natural aesthetics of timber add to the welcoming vibe the building designers wished to create.


01283 722588 www.marley.co.uk Reducing the risk


A revolutionary new project in Copenhagen designed by Bjarke Ingels Group Architects has turned a waste-to- energy plant into a 95,000 square metre tourist attraction. Located on Amager island, the Amager Resource Centre incorporates a ski slope into the roof, walking trails and a rock-climbing wall up one face. All this build on the island’s reputation for extreme sports enthusiasts, thanks to its parks, beaches, dunes and lagoon for kayaking and windsurfing. The 100m building will incinerate over 435,000 tons of waste per year and serve about 140,000 local households. Given the potential dangers of such a massive operation, Structura Kalwall® translucent cladding has been used extensively not only for its aesthetics and energy efficiency but also for its excellent explosion-venting and blast-resistant properties. Kalwall can be specifically designed to be the weak point in the building envelope in order to relieve pressure created by any explosion, thereby reducing the risk of damage to the primary structure and the occupants. The panels work to vent pressure out of the explosion without collapsing roofs or floors. Kalwall also provides dramatic savings in energy consumption.


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Earthborn replaces limewash at medieval hall house


A listed north Devon home, built around 1550, has been given a contemporary look thanks to its redecoration with Earthborn paints. Te previous owners limewashed it inside and out, but current owner Simon Clarke decided to investigate alternative options. He said: “Te house is built of Devon cob, a clay soil based building material. It’s important that these old, natural walls can breathe, to prevent damage caused by moisture build up. So I needed breathable paints, but I didn’t want to use limewash again. I wanted to create a more contemporary feel, use a wider palette of colours and avoid the regular repainting that’s needed with limewash.” Simon’s research drew him to Earthborn paints, which can be used straight over existing limewash. He selected Earthborn’s Ecopro Silicate Masonry system for the external walls. Te Ecopro Silicate Masonry System offers a durable, easy to use alternative to limewash and conventional masonry paints. Te result is a very hard wearing, water and weather resistant barrier. It offers the same high levels of breathability as limewash but is easier to use and lasts much longer. Useful for any porous mineral surface, Ecopro Silicate Masonry Paint gives a classic matt finish that will not yellow with time. It even helps prevent algae growth and mould.


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