Case study 7 – Culloden Battlefield Visitors Centre

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Project Name: Culloden Battlefield Visitors Centre

Building Type: Public

Location: Culloden, Near Inverness

Architect: Hoskins Architects

Project: The building is located within a conservation area containing a number of scheduled ancient monuments. The building features a variety of timber elements. In addition the under-floor heating is powered by a biofuel boiler, fed by timber from local Forestry Commission Scotland estates.

Materials Featured: Timber I Beams, green roof, untreated Scottish Larch, British oiled oak, Caithness Stone.

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