Gallery: Edinburgh’s Gorgeous John Hope Garden Gateway Wins 2011 Sustai...

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.

Officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen in April 2010, the John Hope Gateway just won the 2011 RICS Annual Sustainability Award thanks to its use of low-energy, waste-reducing sustainable systems. The building’s high-tech design incorporates passive building strategies as well as energy-generating renewable systems such as a biomass boiler, solar thermal and photovoltaic panels, and a wind turbine. The building’s name honors the Scottish surgeon and leading botanist who was responsible for unifying parts of the gardens.


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