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Green infrastructure building service design challenge – winners

April 2016

Clarence Centre, London South Bank University

The London South Bank University Clarence Centre for Enterprise & Innovation together with CIBSE and the ARCC network challenged industry and academia to collaborate to develop ideas for making their offices healthier, more sustainable and climatically resilient by using green infrastructure.

The interaction of indoor plants with heating, cooling, acoustic management, air quality, staff productivity and wellbeing is an exciting and growing area of research. Fundamental to this design challenge is the potential for these benefits to be combined to provide a building service.

Winning entries

First place – Biospace

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Biospace design challenge winning entry

Highly commended – John Spall

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John Spall design challenge highly commended entry

Commended – Kayleigh White & Eleanor Atkins

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Kayleigh White & Eleanor Atkins design challenge winning entry

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