Sutton's sustainable schools

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Christian Dimbleby discusses the latest evolution of contemporary timber architecture, applying the material in two alternative scales and contexts for the London Borough of Sutton.

 

This article is part of a new series, Timber 2020/2021 Industry Yearbook Online.

 

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