Gallery: Carbon-Free Battersea Power Plant Renovation Gets the Green Li...

 
According to Rafael Viñoly, "The Battersea Power Station Master Plan is based on rigorous principles of environmental, economic, and social sustainability . . . . The proposed scheme creates a balanced mix of uses to ensure a fully integrated urban environment, provides a new transportation solution, and establishes an energy strategy that radically reduces consumption, as well as generating a clean supply through the use of renewable sources."

+ Battersea Power Station
+ Rafael Viñoly Architects

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  1. willowdusty@comcast.net March 31, 2011 at 9:30 pm

    Its an amazing structure but its only famous for the Pink Floyd
    album “Animals.” Of course I live here in the states, across the pond if you will. What about an old and derelict coal-smoke spewing electricity plant that is out-dated? Over there in the UK, is there a cult-following for such an old building that was never really designed for anything except energy generation?

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