The Greenwich Peninsula Low Carbon Energy Centre will be an important new landmark for sustainable and affordable energy for one of London’s major urban development areas.
Guided by a desire to demystify the process of energy generation, the machine room and flexible ancillary office accommodation is supplemented with a visitor centre that
will offer an interactive educational experience for prearranged groups of visitors. The building footprint further allows for flexibility in adopting new energy technology over the building’s substantial lifetime.
The 49 meter tall flue enclosure is turned into a place-making statement for the gateway to the Peninsula.
Designed by British artist Conrad Shawcross, the cladding for the structure will be formed of hundreds of triangular panels, each the height of a London bus. These tiles fold and flow across the surface of the tower forming complex geometric patterns that visually break up the flat planes to create an uneven, sculpted surface that plays with the vanishing points and perspective. At night, an integrated lighting design will produce a shifting series of compositions lit from within the structure.
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