Instagram post 9 of 9 | Using natural materials results in a building that breathes, allowing moisture to pass freely in and out. The hemp will be sourced from local growers and the panels pre-fabricated in the UK.

9 of 9 | Using natural materials results in a building that breathes, allowing moisture to pass freely in and out. The hemp will be sourced from local growers and the panels pre-fabricated in the UK. The post Instagram post 9 of 9 | Using natural materials results in a building that breathes, allowing moisture… Continue reading Instagram post 9 of 9 | Using natural materials results in a building that breathes, allowing moisture to pass freely in and out. The hemp will be sourced from local growers and the panels pre-fabricated in the UK.

New permitted development rights for rooftop extensions

What are the new Permitted Development Rights? There are two major changes in the General Permitted Development Order (GPDO), which came into effect in August 2020. Several new Permitted Development Rights for rooftop extensions and new dwellings have been introduced. These new rights make it easier for homeowners and developers to add more space or… Continue reading New permitted development rights for rooftop extensions

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Charity rowing fundraiser! We are rowing 8.5 miles down the Thames as complete novices! We’d really appreciate your support by donating to @AHOYofficial who support children and disabled people in Greenwich. https://t.co/R9zZhfjIw1 The post Tweet of AFL_tweet on 2021-10-29 11:30:52 appeared first on Architecture for London.

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Insulate Britain have gained significant momentum in the past month. They demand that Boris Johnson and the UK government take urgent action and make a meaningful commitment to ensure Britain’s housing stock is properly insulated by 2030. Continued: https://t.co/JldnezHhXq The post Tweet of AFL_tweet on 2021-09-22 16:33:49 appeared first on Architecture for London.

Insulate Britain: a call for sustainable design

Campaign to insulate Britain’s homes Insulate Britain have gained significant momentum in the past month. The campaign group have blockaded the M25 five times in the past ten days – demanding that Boris Johnson and the UK government take urgent action and make a meaningful commitment to ensure Britain’s housing stock is properly insulated by… Continue reading Insulate Britain: a call for sustainable design

Instagram post Strip out has begun on a Victorian warehouse in Farringdon. The refurbished and extended building will provide workspaces and a retail unit.The emissions rate for all new build elements is 15 kgCO₂/m²/year which is a 34% improvement on the Building Regulations requirement. This gives a reduction of 3,000 kg/year of CO₂ emissions. In the retained parts, all sash windows will be replaced with triple glazing to provide better u-values and airtightness. Retained areas of solid masonry walls are insulated internally.

Strip out has begun on a Victorian warehouse in Farringdon. The refurbished and extended building will provide workspaces and a retail unit.The emissions rate for all new build elements is 15 kgCO₂/m²/year which is a 34% improvement on the Building Regulations requirement. This gives a reduction of 3,000 kg/year of CO₂ emissions. In the retained… Continue reading Instagram post Strip out has begun on a Victorian warehouse in Farringdon. The refurbished and extended building will provide workspaces and a retail unit.The emissions rate for all new build elements is 15 kgCO₂/m²/year which is a 34% improvement on the Building Regulations requirement. This gives a reduction of 3,000 kg/year of CO₂ emissions. In the retained parts, all sash windows will be replaced with triple glazing to provide better u-values and airtightness. Retained areas of solid masonry walls are insulated internally.