New London Architecture

East London Science School

Proposed

The East London Science School sits alongside a PRS residential development within a wider masterplan that will transform a former industrial site into a new residential neighbourhood.
Zero Carbon London

Zero Carbon London

→ Targeting BREEAM Excellent
→ Connection to on-site Energy Centre
→ 94 PV solar panels (325 sqm) produce 14% of the regulated annual energy
→ Passive Shading: Facade depth reacts to orientation, minimising solar gains and glare

Within a masterplan that will transform a former industrial site into a residential neighbourhood, the project will accommodate 1,000 pupils and 120 staff, and features specialist labs and dedicated experiment studios. CLT/Glu-lam timber structure and principal fabric is carbon negative, off-site production minimises waste, improves air-tightness and general wellbeing. Hybrid mixed-mode ventilation system provides natural ventilation, mechanically mixed with tempered air in winter. Large volume spaces use stack effect ventilation. The structure showcases state-of-the-art engineering, demonstrating to students an innovative, sustainable approach to design. A dashboard displays energy harvested, used and saved.

Project information

Status

Proposed

Borough

Newham

Size

9100 sq m

Completion

2022


Location

101 Stephenson St, East Ham, London E16 4SR, UK


Team Credits

Architect

Sheppard Robson

Client

Berkeley Partnership Homes

Engineer

MTT

Structural Engineer

WSP


Listed by

Sheppard Robson Architects LLP

Last updated on

03/11/2020


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