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Pangbourne College

Award-winning building combining style and sustainability

The Project

The new build Harding Communications Centre at Pangbourne College designed by Mitchell Taylor Workshop combines a music school and ICT facility together under one roof and won the Royal Institute of British Architects RIBA South Regional Award 2014. The building was designed to the BREEAM Excellent Standard and uses ‘Passivhaus’ principles with a continuous line of insulation over composite construction. 


Building Control

Owing to the significance of the technical design of the building, Oculus worked closely with the design team to ensure that the client’s aspirations could be realised whilst meeting the functional requirements of the Building Regulations.


CASE STUDY
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CASE STUDY
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