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Five things architects can do tomorrow to limit climate change


Plenty of thought provoking information and ideas here, and Piers Taylor surely makes a very pertinent observation about '...buildings that lack the resilience to adapt or are designed with little thought of how they might be adapted in future and are pulled down after less than 40 years'. Add Jonathan Tuckey's comment on the requirement for deconstructing and recycling redundant buildings in Switzerland, and I think of what are - literally - modern buildings in central London that are apparently useless and get torn down with little or no regard for recycling anything other than steel and rubble And sometime they're of high architectural quality - Broadgate, anyone?

Posted date

15 March, 2019

Posted time

9:54 am