CLADmag issue 1 2016

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GREEN BUILDING

Working on projects including the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art expansion and Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, Atelier Ten founder Patrick Bellew reshapes the way buildings interact with the environment. He speaks to Magali Robathan Working on projects including the Gardens by the Bay, the extension to SF MoMA and Google’s new Campus in California, Atelier Ten founder Patrick Bellew helps reshape the way buildings interact with the environment. He speaks to Magali Robathan

ALL PHOTOS EXCEPT HEPWORTH WAKEFIELD & SFMOMA: ATELIER TEN

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ARCHITECT About Atelier Ten

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As environmental design consultants and building services engineers, Atelier Ten are committed to the design and delivery of high-performance building services systems and sustainable building design. With a history of innovation, they’re not afraid to challenge conventional thinking and have worked with a wide range of architects, including Stirling Prize-winning practices AHMM, Haworth Tompkins and Wilkinson Eyre, as well as big names such as Zaha Hadid Architects, Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio.

Atelier Ten describe their core objective as meeting the needs of clients by developing well-integrated buildings with simple systems that work with the natural laws of physics to increase wellbeing, reduce energy consumption and contribute back to the greater environment. Founded by Patrick Bellew in London in 1990, the company now has offices in New York, San Francisco, New Haven, Doha, Bangkok, Singapore, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Melbourne and Sydney, Atelier Ten employs more than 180 staff. worldwide

CLAD mag 2016 ISSUE 1


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