Building Green (2014)

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Building Green examines contemporary low carbon architecture and through this concept we are given extraordinary access to UK's greenest building The Enterprise Centre in East Anglia. This multi-million pound pioneering construction encompasses the most innovative use of natural materials and approaches to low carbon construction. On the cutting edge of sustainable technology, innovation and design this project isn't just a building with green credentials but a paradigm shift in the way sustainable architecture is conceived and executed. Lead by visionary CEO John French of the Adapt Low Carbon Group and architect Ben Humphries, the film explores the natural materials and the industries that are resourcing timber, straw and reed which are utilized in a unique 21st century fashion creating an almost nil carbon building. This documentary visually captures the time and place of the subject and bring it to life combining beautifully imagery, interviews from key contributors and experts who are working together to realize this challenging but environmentally important project. Unique and poetic in its visualization, it juxtaposes how the natural elements organically grow in the surrounding countryside with how they are used to form the fabric of a unique environmentally significant building. Written By Alex Tweddle  Less

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