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20 December, 2012By ajsustainability
The year of sustainable design
Read Hattie Hartman’s round up of 2012’s sustainable design and see her top 5 action points for the year ahead in this week’s AJ.
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11 January 2013Laura Mark
In the run up to the AJ Women in Architecture Awards, here’s AJ Footprint’s pick of the women who are influencing sustainable architecture today
19 February 2015Hattie Hartman
Which of the 24 shortlisted schemes could be in the running for this year’s Small Projects Sustainability Award?
7 February 2013Hattie Hartman, Laura Mark
Hattie Hartman and Laura Mark present 20 women who are leading the way in sustainable architecture
10 January 2013Hattie Hartman
Howard Liddell tells the AJ about his forthcoming projects and what having his contribution to sustainable architecture recognised means to him
7 January 2013Laura Mark
This week catch up on Hattie Hartman’s sustainability action points for the year ahead and get your nominations in for the AJ Women in Architecture Awards
21 January 2013Hattie Hartman
From retrofit to temporary structures, from a floating tidemill to a cowshed, green ingenuity shines through in many projects this year
20 December 2013Hattie Hartman
Year in review 2013: Hattie Hartman, AJ sustainability editor
28 February 2011Merlin Fulcher
Footprint blog author and AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman will host a discussion about green design at this week’s Ecobuild conference
11 September 2012Hannah Wood
[September 19 - 22, Earl’s Court, London] This year’s show features a green design showroom and seminar hub
26 July 2012Laura Mark
Footprint’s pick from five student shows
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