‘Near-zero carbon’ building shows potential of innovative urban design


Home to major railway stations that connect London to destinations including the north of England, Scotland and continental Europe, the King’s Cross neighborhood has undergone a radical transformation over the last few years.

Once regarded as a less than salubrious part of town, its regeneration has seen King’s Cross become a destination for shoppers, diners and tourists alike.

With firms such as Google set to open offices there in the not too distant future, the area is fast becoming a home to a number of interesting construction projects that marry cutting-edge design with sustainability.

These include the King’s Cross Sports Hall, a building made using timber and positioned only three…


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