As an RIBA & RIAS Chartered Architect, I've come to realise that our daily lives are heavily influenced by nature. It exists in everything we encounter, and I believe that we are indeed heading "Towards a New Biological Age." This thinking is especially prevalent within modern Architectural design, whether it is the materials with which our modern buildings are constructed, or the way buildings are planned so as to minimise fuel bills.
There are many methods and techniques that can be employed on residential projects to bring benefit and added value to the homeowner. If you are considering an extension to your home, a loft conversion, or even a complete new house, I'd be happy to meet up to discuss how your project can benefit from good Architectural Design. Please e-mail me to arrange.
With over twenty four years in Architectural Practice, I seek to acknowledge and work with nature to ensure that the most sustainable of designs can be realised whilst meeting the most demanding client requirements. Recent examples of this can be seen within my technical solutions (on behalf of former employers appointed by Morris Homes), for various sized zero carbon projects in Peterborough, such as the HCA carbon challenge site and plot M, on the award winning Edgewood development at Hampton Vale West.