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PiP Design for Sustainability Webinar 2024

25 June 2024, 9 - 11:30 am

Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings.
Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings. Credit: Daniel Hopkinson

Join us for this RIBA Journal PiP Design for Sustainability Webinar on 25th June. 

We will cover the latest products and materials and explore how collaboration between architects, consultants and manufacturers are helping create better designed, inspiring, award-winning, sustainable and future-proof architecture that acknowledges the environment and works towards achieving a circular economy. 

Featuring our very own Jan Carlos Kucharek, editor, PiP and deputy editor, RIBA Journal as chair, this PiP Design for Sustainability Webinar includes: 

RIBA author Chloe Bullock, founder, Materialise Interiors, who will share insights from case studies in her new book, Sustainable Interior Design | RIBA Books, a holistic guide providing the key sustainability information on all sustainable approaches that every designer needs to know. 

Michael Lynas, owner, Boehm Lynas, who will deliver a case study presentation on The Arbour, 10 Carbon-negative, zero-waste and net energy positive houses in Walthamstow, London, with GS8 Developments. 

Tim Greensmith, architect, Fielden Clegg Bradley Studios, who will deliver a case study presentation on Shrewsbury Flaxmill Maltings, repair and adaptive re-use of one of the most important buildings of the industrial revolution has delivered a low-carbon, mixed-use development and a catalyst for the economic regeneration of this area of Shrewsbury. 

Patrick Bradley, founder, Patrick Bradley Architects, who will deliver a case study presentation on Barneys Ruins, an old Irish Clachan, restored and converted with a modern twist, where both the old and the new seamlessly juxtapose, creating a small, yet unique barn conversion.  

Sponsored by: Oscar Acoustics, Bobrick and Lazenby 

 

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