The Nottingham Energy Museum & Innovation Centre is a BREEAM excellent and zero carbon building focusing on past, current and future energy uses. Separated into two buildings with a central public atrium, the centre aims to promote a collaborative environment for industry, academics and pioneers to further explore sustainable energy production and utilisation.
Whilst the museum will display these technologies and
educate visitors of their importance. Being an ‘energy centre’, many specialist systems have been implemented such as photovoltaic solar shading, heat recovery systems and kinetic paving along with a statement open plant room and services on display.
The BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology course is a professionally-focused gateway to a career in the architecture industry. Students explore how buildings are created, procured, constructed and managed, and develop a practical and imaginative approach to design through a project-based learning experience.
As specialists in architectural technology, our graduates are the link between concept and reality; learning to identify, assess and challenge client and user requirements, translating ideas and possibilities into effective, practical and sustainable building solutions.
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