The Arcis is a community focussed building that is to be constructed on a brownfield site that has been vacant since 2019. This typology was selected due to the expansion of the village and the lack of needed facilities within the area that benefit the community.
The Arcis is predominantly designed with timber because of the environmental benefits and to create a sympathetic aesthetic to compliment the surrounding countryside.
The proposal scheme has been designed to achieve a passive standard to enhance the sustainability of the building and to promote greener building design in the area for future projects.
Café overlooking the field
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