Will Boase has written a truly touching article about the process and design of The Ross Langdon Health Education Centre, a building designed by Ross and completed by Studio FH (detailing & construction).
Have a read here:
"Building on Legacy - A health education centre in Uganda, begun by Ross Langdon before his untimely death, melds with the landscape and moderates the effects of the equatorial climate"
Or in the Published 2017 May edition of The Architectural Review.
"He [Ross] imagined buildings that breathed, that didn't just house but actively supported the inhabitants by mitigating some of the extremes of the equatorial climate. While most public infrastructure is built to government blueprints primarily focused on cost and durability, Langdon championed the application of tropical design principles, examining the fundamental design to better tailor the structure to the environment in which it is located, in order to improve building function and the user experience." (Boase, 2017)