Designed by Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, Gottlieb Paludan Architects. Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects and Gottlieb Paludan Architects have won an international competition to design the world's largest waste-to-energy.
World's largest waste-to-energy plant to measure nearly one mile in circumference
Waste-to-energy in Denmark: The present and the future
A visit to a giant incinerator in Copenhagen, and to BIG to see the future of waste to energy
World's largest waste-to-energy plant proposed for Shenzhen
Hakka Dwellings – Hehu XinJu 鹤湖新居 Location: Longgang District, Shenzhen, China A type of Hakka dwellings, referred to as enclosed houses (围屋), are scattered around Shenzhen. They typically feature large semi-circle front ponds believed to be of fengshui significance, as well as turrets for defense purpose. These enclosed houses are really castellated villages surrounded by walls. And they are usually named with the title ShiJu (世居).
Isle of Man Guide - Isle of Man Incinerator (Energy from Waste Plant)
Image 10 of 16 from gallery of John Puttick Associates Reworks Design for Youth Zone at Preston Bus Station. Courtesy of John Puttick Associates
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Sizewell B Power Station, UK
People object to new nuclear power stations because they're UGLY
Sizewell B power station, pictured, is also a deeply unattractive but functional building .
Image 7 of 10 from gallery of Gottlieb Paludan Architects Awarded Scandinavia’s Largest Architecture Prize. Photograph by Gottlieb Paludan Architects
Sizewell-B Location: Suffolk Operator: British Energy plc Configuration: 1 X 1,320 MW PWR Operation: 1995 Reactor supplier: PWR Power Projects T/G supplier: GEC EPC: National Nuclear Corp, John Laing Construction Quick facts: Sizewell-B was based on the U.S. SNUPP design and is the largest and most modern nuclear generating unit in the UK. The unit had a 471-day continuous run ending in 2006.
88 Wood Street demonstrates the potential for speculative commercial development that does not compromise on quality and enhances the public domain.