This week there are lots of events being held as part of World Green Building Week and London Design Festival
London Design Festival runs from 14 - 22 September. Here are Footprint’s picks of what to go and see
As part of its ongoing exhibition of the 2013 AJ Small Projects, the Bristol Architecture Centre hosted the first ever event centered on the Small Projects Sustainability Award, now in its third year
This week’s events include a panel discussion on sustainability in the AJ Small Projects Awards
There are just two weeks left to enter the 2014 CIBSE Building Performance Awards
An account from Project Detroit’s recent visit to the notorious Motor City to investigate the aims of the state and community to regenerate and rebuild the city
This week’s events include a talk by Anna Minton and a tour of Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners prototype zero carbon home
A high profile competition is calling for designs for a self-build home that can house a family of four for £50,000
This week’s events include a tour of Henning Stummel Architects’ converted joinery workshop office and an exhibition of Rogers’ work
Andrew Kinsey, sustainability director for construction at Mace gives insight into what they are doing to reduce their environmental impact
Ted Cullinan describes a life in practice designing some of the UK’s most admired eco-buildings
Should architecture students be taught sustainable design? And if so, how? The AJ presents five contrasting views
This week’s events include an exhibition of Antarctic architecture
Drawing on experience of a Part 2 course focused on sustainability issues, Laura Mark looks at the challenges climate change lays down for education
Architecture students at Sheffield University have been using the LILAC co-housing development to study sustainable materials
Backed by over 150 years of successful operations, Armstrong Ceilings is a global leader in providing acoustic, design and environmental ceiling system solutions for interior environments.
To date, worldwide, the company has recycled over 11.5 million m² of old ceiling material - that’s more than 40,000 tonnes of construction waste that’s been diverted from landfill.
In January 2013, Armstrong pledged to recycle non-Armstrong ceiling tiles, enabling contractors in the UK to make even more substantial savings on waste disposal costs.