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Footprint's 5 things to do this week

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This week’s events include the launch of Marion Baeli’s book on residential retrofit and a seminar on heat loss in buildings

Residential Retrofit: 20 case studies

Marion Baeli

When 3 December, 5.30pm

Where London Wall Bar Kitchen, Museum of London

This event will celebrate the launch of Paul Davis + Partners’ Marion Baeli’s book on residential retrofit. AJ sustainability editor Hattie Hartman will speak at the launch. Baeli’s book presents a series of best practice case studies for residential low energy retrofit projects illustrating what has been achieved in the UK. 

www.ribabookshops.com

UCL energy seminar

Energy Efficiency Rating table

When 3 December, 5.30pm

Where Room G01, Central House, 14 Upper Woburn Place, London

Led by Richard Partington of Richard Partington Architects this talk will look at the issues of heat loss from a designer’s perspective.

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Keep it local or clean up the mess?

Black Mountain Hemp insulation

When 4 December, 5pm

Where PTEa, Diespeker Wharf, London

At this event run by the Green Register, Duncan Baker-Brown of BBM Sustainable Design will discuss the impacts of construction materials and their embodied energy.

www.greenregister.org.uk

The Green Rethink

Green rethink

Catch up on all the coverage from the AJ’s inaugral sustainability summit held on the 26 November.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk/home/footprint-live/

AJ Small Projects Award

Box House by Laura Drewe Mathews

Enter your project into the AJ Small Projects Award.

www.architectsjournal.co.uk

 

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