By Alec Stewart, Vaughn Tooze and David Wills

Recently there has been a lot of focus on food; what has been left on […]

By Simon Wyatt

The earth is heating up. Within the next decade, temperatures are likely to hit the Paris Agreement’s aspirational limit of 1.5°C and, if we continue with current policies, experts predict that temperatures will rise by at least 3.2°C by 2100.

By Alex Carter, Graham Barker and Rob van Zyl

The Birmingham marketplace is on the curve of a change to make its […]

By Kirsty Hogg

Its exam day!!! After an early class on dash boarding, I head up to my room for a last quick look over […]

By Kirsty Hogg

The AEC keynote is in large part an extension of the General keynote, expanding upon the themes laid out by […]

By Kirsty Hogg

On day two the general session keynote is the time at Autodesk University when they reveal their theme for the conference and […]

By Graeme Low

We are now many weeks into lockdown conditions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and this has resulted in […]

By Madlen Jannaschk

In our six previous steps, we outlined the practical measures required to physically reduce the carbon footprint of a building in its construction and operation. This final step looks at the importance of transparency […]

By Kirsty Hogg

First things first, what is Forge? Forge is a set of web-based […]

By Valeria Riso

“These are unprecedented times”. This has been said quite widely and everywhere. We are perhaps […]