Sophie Thomas, co-director of design at the Royal Society of Arts, advocates a circular economy in her Great Recovery Project
Speaking at a UCL masterclass Bill Bordass and Adrian Leaman said good buildings are simple, smart and well-managed
This week’s events include a seminar on Passivhaus design and a boat trip along the Thames
Green Blade is a new veneer material made from the trunks of banana plants
Updated platform is easier to use and facilitates data analysis
Fentress Architects has announced their third annual worldwide student design competition
This week’s events include a talk by Bill Bordass and green events in Bristol
PAD Studio has completed a floating artist residence on the Beaulieu River, in the New Forest
Cambridge student Tom Haworth looks at how the fens can integrate urban expansion with ecology
Footprint’s guide to the must-see events at the LFA
Win a copy of Howard Liddell’s Eco-minimalism: The antidote to eco-bling
This week’s events include a seminar on the building performance gap and the opening of Lesser Known Architecture at the Design Museum
Max Fordham has trialled Soft Landings at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank and Keynsham Town Hall
Footprint’s pick of the best green reads this month
This week’s events include London Festival of Architecture and SEDA’s AGM
Footprint interviews Chelsea Flower Show gold medal winner Phillip Johnson
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.