Our approach links a series of distinct outdoor spaces, so that the college sits at the centre of a continuous route through a sequence of varying landscapes. Where the landscape remains most untouched it should remain so: the new accommodation lies along the eastern boundary, framing a series of new college greens. By using a simple module, building costs and construction speed can be optimised whilst also allowing for maximum flexibility and adaptability. The modular CLT structure is prefabricated offsite and insulated with hempcrete infills, providing carbon storage. The units are wrapped by a balcony that provides access to front doors along the public side, and contemplation outdoor space to the rear. An existing concrete-frame building, due to be demolished, is retained as an important element of this composition, and remodelled to become the teaching and guest centre - “the greenest building is the one that already exists”.