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Roofs - Autumn 2007

Roofs - Autumn 2007
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Roofs are one of the most important elements of our buildings. Researchers, product manufacturers and architects are all now pushing the sustainability agenda for our roofscapes and builders, renovators and building owners are all keen to play their part. However, an understanding of the opportunities that our roofs offer or hinder will make our decision making just that little bit easier.


Walls - Summer 2007

Walls - Summer 2007
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We asked our readers how they may be approaching the walling element of their homes and buildings in light of proposed changes to the Building Regulations. In this feature many professionals and selfbuilders share some of their research and practical ideas with the rest of us.


Heading for Zero - Spring 2007

Heading for Zero - Spring 2007
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So the government is expecting all new homes to be zero carbon by 2016? Sounds too good to be true and it probably is! I wonder how many politicians have tried to generate electricity from their own homes or even radically reduce their family’s consumption of water or heating fuel? For those that have, they will know that it is far from being a simple task.


Gridshells roll on - Winter 2006

Gridshells roll on - Winter 2006
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The Stern report, the Queen’s speech and other issues, all combine to concentrate our thoughts a little more, and hopefully we may well see a move from lip service to real practical action. However, let’s not get out the bunting and start celebrating too soon. I suspect a corporate takeover is underway. Those of you that enjoy organic and fairtrade produce may have already noticed how the small eco-entrepreneur businesses are starting to be swallowed up by the multinationals. This sort of takeover strategy is likely to become commonplace in the construction industry as large - national and international - product dealers swoop in to buy up the viable new technology and ecological startups.


Genesis - Autumn 2006

Genesis - Autumn 2006
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This issue features an in-depth report from the new Genesis Environmental Education Centre in Somerset. The design contract for the Genesis project for the Somerset College of Art and Technology was won in competition; the brief was a building to ‘express, explore and evaluate cutting edge thinking in sustainable construction and introduce the use of sustainable materials into the mainstream construction industry’. The architects, Architype, explain ...


 
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