Exhibition

RETROFIT 24: The Reuse Agenda for Our Commercial, Cultural & Civic Buildings

20 Mar 2024 – 30 Aug 2024

Regular hours

Wednesday
09:00 – 18:00
Thursday
09:00 – 18:00
Friday
09:00 – 18:00
Saturday
10:00 – 17:00
Monday
09:00 – 18:00
Tuesday
09:00 – 18:00

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London, United Kingdom

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To meet net-zero targets and increase climate resilience, we urgently need to decarbonise the UK’s real estate.

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We need to prioritise retrofitting commercial buildings, as nearly 25% of the UK built environment’s carbon footprint comes from heating, powering and operating these buildings.  

But current retrofitting efforts aren’t on track to meet the UK’s ambitious net zero targets. Retrofit 24 demonstrates how to achieve improvements in energy efficiency across all sectors, through examples of recent commercial, cultural and civic retrofit projects.

© Olga Kott for the Building Centre

Our exhibition, Retrofit 24: The Reuse Agenda For Our Commercial, Cultural and Civic Buildings, continues the Building Centre’s focus on striving towards Net Zero by 2050 by unlocking the potential of our existing buildings

Case study displays of retrofit delivered and in progress

Six commercial retrofit case studies in Glasgow, Wakefield, Cambridge and London.

Six cultural retrofit case studies across a range of sites: church estate, a museum, a tourist attraction, artist studios, a theatre.

Seven civic building retrofit case studies:  a community hub and a youth centre, three universities, a primary school and a secondary school. 

Architectural Models

The beautiful range of models further illustrate case studies
 

  • Houlton School, Rugby – on loan from Urban and Civic
  • Façade study of Clerkenwell Office – on loan from Architecture for London
  • Cambridge Arts Theatre models – on loan from Ian Chalk Architects
  • Ice FactoryLondon – on loan from Buckley Gray Yeoman Architects
  • Young people’s design models for Padnall Hall – on loan from RCKa Architects
  • Key Considerations of Commercial Retrofit – a model in collaboration with UKGBC

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