Tag Archives: Environmental Design Features


Whether we’re looking to design a new project from scratch or simply work on updating a building, environmental design features are at the front of our minds. There are many ways in which we do this. If you want to find out more detail about our greener methods, then get in touch. The overarching point, however, is that we’re dedicated to more sustainable building and using environmental design features, as a practice. We are compliant with the latest industry and governmental guidelines and regulations; we’re looking to always learn, improve and implement even ‘greener’ practices where we’re able. So, why not get in touch!

Sustainable Architecture And Environmental Design On World Environment Day (5th June)


Today marks World Environment Day, an annual celebration that has been going on since 1974 to help raise awareness and to ply pressure for more action to be taken on pressing environmental issues. The day has become more visible year upon year, and nowadays it uses governments, renowned public figures, scientists and even celebrities to amplify the message for a greener future. Ultimately, it helps drive meaningful change, guiding individuals and groups alike towards the adoption of more sustainable practices across a whole host of sectors. Given the alarmingly acute nature of the global climate crisis, the work that this […]

An infographic showing different forms of environmental design.

Why Environmental Design Matters Now More Than Ever In The New Decade


Environmentally speaking, we live in truly unprecedented times. The global climate crisis is accelerating at a previously unheard of rate. Climate activists such as Greta Thunberg have taken centre stage in recent months. In doing so, they’ve put the proverbial cat amongst the pigeons and ruffling the feathers of various world leaders as she’s done so. Her actions have even garnered the attention of such national treasures as David Attenborough, no less! Awareness is one thing; action is quite another. The upshot is that, as a society, we need to take greater collective responsibility in how we treat the planet. […]

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