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Queen Mary, University of London

Dyson

An environment where students can thrive. From light levels to hygiene, every detail can affect students’ wellbeing, ability to concentrate and overall study experience. Dyson technologies are improving Queen Mary University of London.

Welcome Break

Dyson

With a 24/7 operation nationwide, Welcome Break aims to provide a great service for all of their visitors. The washrooms play a key factor within this service. Welcome Break want to ensure they have the best facilities to provide an improved washroom experience and this is the reason that they installed over 500 Dyson Airblade V hand dryers.

The Zephyr, NSW

Dyson (Australia)

Memocorp is one of the largest private property groups in Australia. They manage the M Collective – a premium investment grade portfolio spanning commercial, retail and residential properties. Committed to delivering the best spaces and experience for their clients they use workplace design ideologies that harmonise and fascinate. Installing Dyson Supersonic hair dryers and Dyson Airblade V hand dryers, Memocorp found products that not only suited the sleek aesthetic of the luxurious design but also delivered high performance and usability.

Pier One, NSW

Dyson (Australia)

One of Australia's most iconic hotels is using Dyson technology to elevate well-being, comfort and pleasure. From light levels and air quality to hygiene and cleanliness, the world's best hotels scrutinise every detail to enhance the guest experience.

The London Eye

Dyson

A global tourist attraction. The London Eye is one of the UK’s most famous landmarks, welcoming over 50 million visitors since opening in March 2000.

Wellington International Airport, NZ

Dyson (Australia)

Wellington Airport previously used warm hand dryers and paper towels. Their motivations for changing hand drying method were to find a more environmentally sustainable form of hand drying, also wanting to avoid the slip hazard that can result from water on the floor. Project Architect, Katherine Skipper explains "The Dyson Airblade Wash+Dry provided the perfect solution for the problems they were having with water on the floor and constant restocking of paper towels."

Federation Square, VIC

Dyson (Australia)

When Fed Square was first opened in 2002 the original design expected 4 million visitors per annum. Fed Square now has 10 million visitors per annum and so have undergone an upgrade project of their main public amenities in St Paul's Court. Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryers have been implemented on this project to minimize the mess from paper waste and efforts involved with re-stocking of paper towers.

The Well Gym, NSW

Dyson (Australia)

The Well is a beautiful sanctuary at Bondi Beach in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs. The Dyson Airblade V hand dryer has been implemented on this project and it dries hands in just 12 seconds. Yet compared to paper towels, it reduces running costs by up to 99% and produces up to 81% less CO2. It's also hygienic: with HEPA filters installed as standard, it captures 99.95% of particles the size of bacteria from air used to dry hands and does away with paper towel mess.

The University of Western Australia, WA

Dyson (Australia)

The University is open every day to thousands of people and its bathrooms in particular have an extremely high footfall. Paper towels, in combination with a few hand dryers, led to considerable unwanted mess and complaints, which in turn also incurred a high, ongoing cost to supply hand towels to all campus bathrooms. Ferguson Architects, who were tasked to refurbish the UWA upgrade suggested the Dyson Airblade Tap hand dryers as the preferred product to install across the 60 bathrooms, due to its combined water tap and hand dryer capabilities. Architect: Ferguson Architects.

Rockfon ceiling islands completes cutting-edge Dyson Institute

Rockfon

The Dyson Institute has been established with the ambition of being the best higher education engineering institution in the world. The campus radiates around the two-storey Roundhouse where 220 panels of Rockfon Eclipse® ceiling islands are installed. Rockfon Eclipse is very versatile and can be hung from several kinds of structures where traditional suspended ceilings cannot usually be installed. World leading architectural practice Wilkinson Eyre designed and oversaw the project. Hannah Richmond, “We chose Rockfon because we were looking to construct a floating, acoustic ceiling and found the Eclipse system to be the best product to realise this intent

WilkinsonEyre’s modular student villag

Accoya

London-based architectural practice, WilkinsonEyre, has created an undergraduate village for the Dyson Institute of Engineering and Technology. The landscaped village of timber modular-housing pods, with communal amenities and a central social and learning hub, is based within the Dyson, Malmesbury campus in Wiltshire. As well as establishing a new style of student accommodation, the project breaks ground in design, master planning and precision engineering of truly modular prefabricated building technologies for rapid construction.

Private Residence, North London

Glazing Vision Ltd

This elegant extension, designed by award-winning practice Chris Dyson Architects, not only significantly increases the footprint of the client’s North London home, but also delivers a uniquely versatile living space for use all year round. The pure scale and the innovative use of glazing for the extension as well as for the new top floor dormer cannot fail to impress, and yet the architectural language reflects the calm, understated style for which Chris Dyson Architects have become acclaimed. Bespoke rooflights, not only flood the ground floor with natural light, but also help moderate the temperatures throughout the house.

Historical industrial space sympathetically transformed into a family dwelling

Clement Windows Group

The Cooperage is located on a former industrial site in Central London and is believed to have been built in the early 1900s. Following an unsympathetic earlier restoration in the 1990s, Chris Dyson Architects were invited in 2011 to prepare a scheme for the extension and complete renovation of the property, turning it into a spectacular five bedroom family house. The Cooperage has been nominated for the RIBA House of the Year 2017 long list.

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