Open City’s Green Sky Thinking, a London-wide programme of more than 50 seminars on sustainable design, launched today (23 April) at City Hall
Sarah Wigglesworth, Sheppard Robson’s Alan Shingler, and Yeoryia Manolopoulou of AY Architects will debate what it takes to deliver a sustainable building as part of the AJ’s Green Sky Thinking event
Footprint revisit: Maggie’s West London excels at providing comfort and sanctuary, writes Amanda Birch. Photography by Ben Blossom
The AJ has launched its annual Retrofit Awards, championing the best in the creative re-use of buildings and construction
The construction of Architype’s recently completed £1.24m Coed y Brenin visitor centre
Hawkes Architecture has won the green-light for this £750,000 ‘county house clause’ scheme in the Kent countryside
Booking has now opened for this year’s Green Sky Thinking week running from 28 April to 2 May
The Twentieth Century Society has backed Ted Cullinan’s campaign to list one of his award-winning projects in a bid to stop it from being demolished
Ted Cullinan has attempted to stop the demolition of one his RIBA award-winning projects by applying to get it listed
Mae and Hawkins\Brown has won planning for the £97million overhaul of the 1960s Agar Estate in Camden
[FIRST LOOK + PLANS + PROJECT DATA] Marseille-based Multipod Studios has constructed a 150m2 Passivhaus which can be assembled ‘like Lego’
The United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released new claims that the world is ‘ill-prepared’ for the risks of climate change
The UK Green Building Council (UK-GBC) has called on the government to help save the troubled Green Deal programme
London-based Rivington Street Studio has started work on a Passivhaus extension to a primary school in Tower Hamlets
A staircase at Royal William Yard in Plymouth has been crowned the most sustainable scheme in this year’s AJ Small Projects Awards
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.