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Women in Sustainable Architecture: Marion Baeli

Associate at Paul Davis and Partners

Marion Baeli is an architect at Paul Davis and Partners, heading up their sustainability department. Her work has involved developing research on the subject of Passivhaus and in particular the retrofit of solid-wall properties to enable them to meet current standards.

Her recent projects include an £83 million residential development in Mayfair, a new £2 million private house in St John’s Wood, and a retrofit pilot research project.

Baeli’s work and research is well known among those working within sustainable architecture. She has presented at many conferences, including UK and international Passivhaus conferences. Her book on low-energy retrofits is due to be published by the RIBA later this year.

Baeli described her work as ‘providing the best architectural design to ensure the delivery of robust sustainable buildings’.

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