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David Lloyd Jones
AADipl RIBA FRSA
David Lloyd Jones is a founding director of Studio E Architects. His previous experience ranged from research and development into housing and university standards to commercial centre city development. In the early 80s he was responsible for the design of the seminal energy conscious NFU Mutual and Avon Insurance Group’s Head Office at Stratford upon Avon. He is an acknowledged expert and innovator in energy conscious and sustainable architecture. He has led a succession of leading edge sustainable projects including the Solar Office, Doxford International, innumerable government sponsored R&D projects, Beaufort Court the first commercial zero-emissions building in the world and, most recently, science, sports and performing arts facilities at Townley Grammar School. Believing that there should be no distinction between environmentally sound architecture and architecture of the highest quality he has been responsible for a number of important projects in cultural, educational and institutional sectors including the much acclaimed and award winning Grange Park Opera House. Current projects include extensions to Bacon’s City Technology College, a pan-European high-insulating R&D window project, a zero carbon residential development and a new office development in Olympia. He is a member of the RIBA Sustainable Futures Forum and an Education Review Panel Member of CABE. His book, Architecture and the Environment, was published by Laurence King Publishing in 1998 and is available in six languages.
David Lloyd Jones
Solar Office, Doxford International.
Photo Credit: Dennis Gilbert, Photographer
The Solar Office at Doxford International Business Park is a new office building designed for Akeler and located in the north east of England. It was the first speculatively constructed building in the UK to incorporate building-integrated photovoltaics and the resulting facade was the largest then assembled. It was also one of only a few to adopt a holistic energy strategy.
Winner Energy Globe Award 2000; Eurosolar Award 1999; Design Council Millenium Product Award 1999
Beaufort Court Zero Emissions Building.
Photo Credit: Peter McKinven, Photographer
Beaufort Court is the UK’s first commercially developed building to be carbon neutral and entirely energy self-sufficient.
Originally built by Ovaltine in 1932 as an egg farm, the original buildings have been extended and converted to provide a model state-of-the-art sustainable head office and visitors’ centre for Renewable Energy Systems. The energy strategy integrates five sources of renewable energy - wind turbine, photovoltaics, hybrid photovoltaic/thermal and seasonal ground heat store, biomass heating and bore hole cooling - within a comprehensive mixed mode energy saving design. The project and ongoing monitoring was assisted by grants obtained from the EU Framework 5 Programme and the DTI.
Winner Business Commitment to the Environment Peter Parker Award 2005, RICS Award for Sustainability East of England 2005, Regeneration Awards Innovation of the Year, RIBA Award, BCO Award 2004. Shortlisted RIBA Sustainability Award, Building Services Journal Award 2004.
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