Edinburgh’s Gorgeous John Hope Garden Gateway Wins 2011 Sustainability Award

by , 06/17/11

Water Issues,Sustainable Building,Solar Power,social design,Wind Power,Renewable Energy,green technology,Green Resources,Green Materials,green Interiors,Daylighting,Botanical,biomimicry,Architecture,Air quality,biomass power,local materials,scottish timber,scotland botanic gardens,Edward Cullinan Architects,solar thermal,photovoltaic panels,rainwater collection system,fresh air,

The center’s restaurant was built using local Scottish timber, glass and stone, and it offers astonishing views of the gardens. The building’s educational facilities include many interactive displays that allow visitors to learn about the garden’s research and conservation work in Scotland.

Ted Cullinan created Edward Cullinan Architects in 1965. Since then the London-based studio has been committed to designing ’long-life, loose fit, low-energy buildings’ with a strong commitment to social sustainability.

+ John Hope Gateway

+ Edward Cullinan Architects

Photos © Paul Raftery

Related Posts


or your inhabitat account below

  • Read Inhabitat

  • Search Categories

  • Recent Posts

  • Recent Comments

  • Browse by Keyword

get the free Inhabitat newsletter

Submit this form
popular today
all time
most commented
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
more popular stories >
Federated Media Publishing - Home