ARC Centre for the Built Environment, Hull

Created to raise awareness of the built environment, this award-winning exhibition and educational space has been designed to be able to move site every three years. The building's mobility was made possible using highly engineered prefabricated components to form a true kit of parts. Photovoltaic panels and miniature windmills at the front of the building contribute to the low CO2 rating, and the building's exterior - a semi-translucent monopitch roof - acts as a screen to receive projections. 

Completed 2006.

Client
Hull City Venture

Architect
Niall McLaughlin Architects

Value
£600,000

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