GREEN DESIGN - CASE STUDY - Thomas Rotherham College



Scheme incorporated natural Monodraught ventilation systems. Wind turbines, solar and photovoltaic panels. The roofscape was accessable to students to learn about modern energy saving technologies and how they perform in different environments.




 Contemporary design integrates with existing by use of natural stone and crenalated design patterns. Solar control/high performance tinted gazing.




Contemporary design utilising traditional materials and modern curtain walling (solar
controlled glazing and insulated spandrel panels).




Salvaged stone from deconstructed outbuildings on Thomas Rotherham College site and reclaimed stone used in buildings.





Modern lecture theatre incorporating natural ventilation through Monodraught ventilation systems. Shafts extended through first floor above to external roof.




Contemporary New Build sited next to restored Grade II* listed building within Rotherham Conservation area. Stepped forms and natural stone connect old and new buildings together.