Glass Mill Leisure Centre Lewisham

Glass Mill Leisure Centre Lewisham

The Glass Mill Leisure Centre is situated on the lowest three floors of a 27 storey apartment building in Lewisham. There is a competition pool with spectator seating and a judgement platform and a 20 meter learner pool, both with movable floors. On the first floor a gym and two dance studios are located as well as a wellness area with treatment rooms, sauna and steam room. Further areas include a club room, climbing wall, crèche, reception/café area and meeting rooms. The centre won the award for Best Built Project – Community Scale at the London Planning Awards.

The finishes of the elevation are particularly interesting: 1400 glass panels in ten colours are illuminated from above. The lighting responds to the sounds outside the building, such as traffic, trains and pedestrians. The pattern for the panels was made by an artist.

 

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Client
Barratt London East / Lewisham Council
Architect
LA Architects

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Richard van Emmerik
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Villa Flora, Venlo

Villa Flora, Venlo

Villa Flora is built on behalf of the Venlo region for the 2012 Floriade, the World Horticultural Expo. After the Floriade exhibition, the combination of exhibition and office space will house several innovative companies, including agricultural businesses, under one roof. Pellikaan was selected for this Design & Build project through a European tender procedure.

The striking building is designed according to the cradle-to-cradle principle and is extremely sustainable. Full of greenery, the building provides a pleasant and flourishing environment. It will be an on-going asset to the Venlo region, which is the second Greenport in the Netherlands.

Footprint

Villa Flora’s energy use is minimised through the use of an ingenious lighting control system, energy-efficient lighting, and underground thermal energy storage. We also use glass and roofing materials rated high for insulation, and optimise the use of renewable energy during operation (solar, geothermal, bio-fermentation). This ensures that Villa Flora has the smallest possible carbon footprint.

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Client
Venlo Council
Architect
Jón Kristinsson

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Gert-Jan Peeters
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Louis Davids Carré, Zandvoort

Louis Davids Carré, Zandvoort

At the redevelopment of this square in down town Zandvoort, Pellikaan is responsible for large part of the development including the underground car park for 511 cars, 48 appartments, two schools, a public library, a sports hall, city offices and a multipurpose area for social and cultural activities.

The integration of these different buildings with their individual purposes, requires a thorough plan for accessibility, routing and safety in and around the buildings. During the development phase, Pellikaan used its great experience as operator of various buildings to find the best solutions. That experience was also used to ensure optimum long-term use of the buildings, for example through choices regarding services engineering and materials.

Examples are the hypermodern ventilation system for a healthy learning climate, LED lighting in the garage, the use of solar panels and the underground thermal energy storage.

Client
PPP - AM Wonen / Zandvoort Council
Architect
Bureau Bos Baarn / Deltavormgroep Utrecht / Van Rossum RI Beverwijk

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Gert-Jan Peeters
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