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Green Sky Thinking Week Programme Listings by Participant
The Green Sky Thinking 2012 events are hosted by those who influence how a sustainable built environment is financed, created, designed, managed and used.
Browse programme by participant:
Arup - 'Green Sky Thinking@Arup'
Lend Lease - ‘Asset Optimisation - people or property?’
Scott Brownrigg - ‘Creating a Carbon Minus Scheme for King’s Troop Royal Horse Artillery’
Adam & Sutherland - ‘Integrated Sustainability on the Olympic Edge’
Alexi Marmot Architects - ‘Sustainable Southwark Walkabout’
Allies and Morrison Architects - ‘The Temporary City: Weaving Interim Activities into Urban Strategies'
Allford Hall Monaghan and Morris - ‘Fit-4-Future and Green Tea’
Ask Sakula Architects - ‘Adaptable Neighbourhoods and Friends’
Atelier Ten - ‘The Passivhaus Challenge: Understanding High-Performance Envelope Design’
Atelier Ten - ‘Working with Listed Buildings: The Challenge of Meeting New Regulations’
Better Bankside/Bankside Urban Forest - 'Bankside Urban Forest - the ecology of regeneration'
Better Bankside/Bankside Urban Forest - '"Pimping" Great Guildford Street - Guerrilla Gardening'
A-Zero environmental architecture - 'Proving Things Work as You Hope They Will'
BACA Architects - ‘Aquatecture – Blue Water Thinking'
Bennetts Associates Architects - ‘Thinking Forward – Which Issues Will Be Important To Achieve Sustainable Buildings and Cities?’
Biotecture Ltd - ‘Green Walls and Ecosystem Services'
British Land - ‘The Refurbishment of 199 Bishopsgate’
Carl Turner Architects - ‘Slip House: Behind the Scenes’
Catalyst Housing - ‘The Greenway Open Day’
David Morley Architects - ‘FIVE by 5’
Derwent London - ‘Fit-4-Future and Green Tea’
Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios - ‘WWWD (What Would Walter Do?)’
Greater London Authority - ‘Is Decentralised Energy the Way Forward for London?’
Jerry Tate Architects - ‘Nature in Design’
John Robertson Architects – ‘The Refurbishment of 199 Bishopsgate’
John Thompson & Partners - ‘Lessons from Near and Far: Understanding Bioclimatic Design'
KLH UK- ‘Is Sustainability a Reality? We Look to Our Past to Preserve our Future’
London Borough of Haringey - 'Lee Valley Heat Network'
Marks Barfield Architects – ‘Green Retrofit’
Meadowcroft Griffin Archietcts - ‘Is Sustainability a Reality? We Look to Our Past to Preserve our Future’
MEPK Architects - ‘The Greenway Open Day’
Nick Willson Architects - ‘The Influence of Nature in Buildings’
Nine Elms Vauxhall Partnership - ‘Nine Elms on the South Bank – Creating a New Low Carbon Central London District’
Paul Davis & Partners - ‘Sustainable Design - New Builds & Retrofit in Conservation Areas’
Penoyre & Prasad LLP - ‘Is Decentralised Energy the Way Forward for London?’
Pheonix Gardens - ‘Urban Ecology at Phoenix Garden: Wildlife and Education in the Heart of the City
PricewaterhouseCoopers - ‘7 More London – PwC’s New Sustainable Office’
Pringle Brandon - ‘Asset Optimisation - people or property?’
Rocket Investments - ‘CHP in a Mixed Use Scheme – Driving the Highest Efficiency’
Sustainable by Design LLP - ‘Urban Ecology at Phoenix Garden: Wildlife and Education in the Heart of the City’
The Glass House Community Led Design- ‘Future Cities: A Collective Vision’
Ventive Ltd - ‘Retrofit Ventilation Simplified’
Willmott Dixon - ‘The Greenway Open Day'
What if: Projects - ‘VACANT LOT: 21 allotments on 21 housing estates'
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