Bennetts Associates|Peter Cook|Peter Cook|Mandy Reynolds|Bennetts Associates|Mandy Reynolds|Peter Cook|Peter Cook|Keith Hunter||Rab Bennetts|Bennetts’ work on Wiggins Teape’s Basingstoke HQ, done while still at Arup|Finished in 1982, the building featured a large naturally ventilated atrium|Wessex Water’s low-energy HQ on the edge of Bath, finished in 2000|Bennetts’ own-devised wind-rose diagram to assess the sustainability of buildings|The Wessex Water building’s orientation helps regulate solar gain|New Street Square (2008), the City’s first BREEAM Excellent office|Bennetts Associates’ own office in Islington knits together old and new|Edinburgh University’s Potterrow Development, now a fixture of the city’s skyline||
18 Feb 2013

Rab Bennetts: True to form

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