As the world warms, with July the hottest month since records began, our approach to design and engineering of housing and public buildings must evolve.
The value and practicalities of engineering disaster-resilient structures.
Last month, we celebrated the nomination of the Low Line Arches project, our collaboration with TDO Architects, for The Architect’s Journal’s Retrofit Awards 2023. In its honour, we wanted to explore the idea behind ‘retrofitting’ in construction, its current use cases and what the future holds.
As the world attempts to decarbonise the built environment, we examine the footprint of humankind’s oldest building material.
The headline advantage of wood in the current era is its sustainability and renewability. So why aren’t more buildings built with the material?
Concrete is the most commonly used man made material on the planet. At the same time, it is the single most polluting building material in the world.
From 2007 to 2022 – we’ve been celebrating 15 years in business and the amazing clients, partners and colleagues who’ve made it possible.
This behemoth development is nearing its long-awaited completion
The RIBA Stirling Prize is one of the most prestigious awards in building design, recognising the most significant contributions to British architecture.