The project at Whitehall Primary School in Easton is a result of need identified by Bristol City Council in response to a shortfall of primary school places in the area and funding for increased nursery places at the Limes.
This year our White Design Away Day Trip took us to Gower!
We were very lucky with the weather and enjoyed a wonderful day at the beach after a delicious pub lunch over looking Rhossili Bay.
Bicester Zero-Carbon Primary School will form a key part of the first phase of development of North West Bicester Eco Town, in the heart of rural Oxfordshire.
James visited Ashton Gate stadium on site yesterday, the building is looking good, and the way is now being cleared for our landscape design!
Check back here in the coming weeks for some updated photographs!
White Design have been appointed to assist Christchurch, Downend in the reordering of their church.
The Sunesis school model is based on the award-winning, tried and tested design for Kingsmead Primary School.It is a low embodied energy school that is flexible, sustainable and demonstrative of the sustainable technologies used in its construction including the curved primary structure of laminated timber that is expressed internally and externally.
Cors Dyfi Observatory has just won a RICS award!
Fantastic news for the team!
White Design are really proud of this project, and hope to pay it a visit again soon!
Thomas Hardy is one of the nation’s great authors and poets. He was born in 1840 in a small cob and thatch cottage at Higher Bockhampton near Dorchester, Dorset; where he lived until he was 34. It was built by his great-grandfather, and is little altered since the family left. The property is owned by the National Trust.
As part of a multidiscipline offer White Design landscape are involved in the master planning of the site as well as the LVIA chapter of the environment statement.
White Design won the design competition to provide a design for the Stokes Croft Gateway as part of the Local sustainable Transport Fund for Bristol City Council.
The brief was to refurbish an existing industrial unit on Bristol’s harbourside and transform it into a large organic food establishment. White Design and the founders shared a vision of a more sustainable way of living, working and the way we eat, adopting a thoroughly sustainable approach to material and energy resources.