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Pushing the Environmental Boundaries of Architecture: Three Recent Projects

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Abstract: Theory · Research · Practice · Evaluation As a practice we have always been interested in blurring the distinctions between research and practice, and in learning from Post Occupancy Evaluations from our projects. This talk will focus on three recent projects, one of them completed 5 years ago, another 2 years ago and one that is currently under construction. This will investigate the way our research in low energy design and technology continues to shape the output of the practice.

Biography: Peter Clegg is a Senior Partner with Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, having established the practice with Richard Feilden in 1978. Widely regarded as a key pioneer in the field of environmental design, he has over 30 years’ experience in low energy architecture and is actively involved in research, design and education. Peter was the primary author of “Feilden Clegg Bradley: The environmental Handbook” published in 2007, a substantial account of the practice’s sustainable design experience over the last 30 years and a primer on the implementation of environmental best practice.

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