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Peldon Rose – ClientEarth, London

Mixology22 Project of the Year Finalist: Workplace 5,000-15,000 sq ft


ClientEarth believes that a future in which people and planet thrive together isn’t just possible: it’s essential. Partnering with Peldon Rose, the charity has a new, SKA Gold rated global headquarters where its team can come together and thrive.

Every aspect of the design and build has been carried out in a sustainable way. As well as utilising existing furniture to avoid landfill, Peldon Rose selected recycled, reclaimed, and reworked furniture that would not only align with the new design but have a green impact. The team also sourced materials from the local area to minimise carbon footprint by reducing carbon emissions on deliveries, and all wooden materials had to be from recycled wood, ensuring no trees were purposefully cut down for the sake of the project.

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