By Peter Davey
Das britische Ingenieurbüro Buro Happold ist seit langen Jahren im Bereich der ökologischen Planung tätig und hat sich damit weltweit einen Namen gemacht. Dieses Buch stellt die Arbeit des Büros vor und zeigt ausgewählte Projekte mit zahlreichen konstruktiven information.
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As the first school to use the undercroft air handling system, Paddington’s performance – and costs – will be analysed with great interest, for the principles behind the design, if they are shown to be sustainable, should be applied on a wide scale in inner city areas. PA D D I N G T O N A C A D E MY Location: Westminster, London, UK Date: 2006 Architect: Feilden Clegg Bradley Client: United Learning Trust Ltd Buro Happold services: Building services, structural engineering, site infrastructure, security consultancy Paddington Academy in Westminster is a new education facility to house 1,175 pupils aged 11–18 years.
Air introduced through the double wall complements the main ventilation system that draws fresh air in at roof level and distributes it tempered (heated in winter and cooled in summer) through fan coil units in the office ceiling voids. Internal carbon dioxide levels are metered and compared to those in the external atmosphere, and fresh air intake is adjusted accordingly. Return air moves across the floor plates into the 12-storey atrium, from where it rises by convection to be discharged at roof level via energy recovery devices that transfer a large proportion of its heating and cooling energy to incoming fresh air.
As in the Bexley and Brent academies, concrete floors form thermal flywheels, and in the classrooms external air is conducted past the undersides of the slabs by high-level windows automatically opened and shut by the BMS. Low-level opening lights are manually operated. Mechanical ventilation is largely limited to spaces like the lecture and drama theatres, the sports hall, workshops and music rooms, though there are some areas such as the restaurant that are both mechanically and naturally ventilated.