Peter Clegg and Guy Nevill will discuss recent projects on which they have worked together seeking low energy design solutions both in the UK and overseas. The presentation will explore how a collaborative partnership can achieve progressive improvements in the environmental impact of buildings.
Peter Clegg established Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios with Richard Feilden in 1978. Internationally recognised as one of the early pioneers of sustainability, he has 30 years´ experience in low energy architecture and is actively involved in research and environmental design. Last year Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios was named Sustainable Designer of the Year.
Guy Nevill joined the Max Fordham practice in 1997 and became a partner in 2001. He has been the Project Engineer for various schemes of low-energy housing using pre-fabrication and procured on a partnering basis; including the award-winning Harlow Foyer, Lillie Road and Lingham Court developments.
The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion.
A drinks reception will follow the event.
Places are free of charge. Booking is essential.
This is the second of an annual series of lectures sponsored by the Gypsum Products Development Association and co-hosted with the UKGBC and
The Building Centre.
In association with