Winds of change

April 2006
Building Design;4/21/2006, Issue 1718, p6
Trade Publication
The article reports that the pavilion planned for south London, England's Elephant and Castle has received planning permission. The pavilion was designed by the engineering firm XCO2. The structure is tram-shaped and is powered by photovoltaic cells on its roof, a wood pellet boiler and two small wind turbines which show videos and graphics through LED displays on the blades.


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