The Winds of Change

by Alun

Climate change represents an urgent and potentially irreversible threat to human societies. Therefore the planet must be at the top of any architectural agenda.

Deep reductions in global emissions will be required in addressing the issue, but climate change is already upon us and so designers are recognising and responding to a world that is already changing.

As architects and urbanists we are designing the buildings and built environments of the future. As such we have a special responsibility to help create places and spaces that are environmentally sensitive and sustainable over their lifecycle, but also reflect the climate realities of today.

Innovation lies at the heart of successful sustainable design. We look at a series of ideas, approaches and projects that encapsulate how Broadway Malyan is contributing to a global effort to manage and mitigate the greatest challenge of our time.


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