Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse|Richard Stonehouse||Steel pin columns anchor the building; the Basingstoke canal runs below|A timber-clad box on the mezzanine floor serves as the charity’s auditorium|The furniture is from Kinnarps; its Bone chair is used in the lunch area|The leafy surroundings belie the building’s location in Woking town centre|Four wind cowls pop up along the roofline|The elegant timber lattice is a feature that Hopkins has employed before|Jason Bruges Studio’s Panda Eyes, made from automated collection boxes||
16 Dec 2013

WWF-UK by Hopkins Architects

Words by James McLachlan

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