Retrofitting Heritage

2022-06-21T10:40:59+01:00

Watch our webinar, in partnership with The Rooflight Company, which explores the challenges involved in adapting historic buildings to meet contemporary standards of comfort and environmental performance.

Retrofitting Heritage2022-06-21T10:40:59+01:00

Retrofitting Heritage

2022-06-08T15:31:09+01:00

An AT webinar with The Rooflight Company exploring ways of improving the energy efficiency of our historic building stock is taking place on Wednesday 8th June.

Retrofitting Heritage2022-06-08T15:31:09+01:00

Making good: Adapting for the future

2022-05-05T12:20:18+01:00

An AT Schüco webinar exploring how we can adapt and improve our existing building stock to meet present and future needs is taking place on Wednesday 25th May.  

Making good: Adapting for the future2022-05-05T12:20:18+01:00

New Court at Trinity College Cambridge

2022-05-11T11:48:36+01:00

The refurbishment of New Court at Trinity College Cambridge, by 5th Studio and Max Fordham set out to radically improve the comfort and carbon emissions of a Grade I listed building. Five years after its completion, 5th Studio director Oliver Smith assesses the lessons that have been learnt.

New Court at Trinity College Cambridge2022-05-11T11:48:36+01:00

The Blockmakers Arms

2022-05-11T11:49:04+01:00

Erbar Mattes Architects has skilfully remodelled a former pub in north London to create a home for an expanding family.

The Blockmakers Arms2022-05-11T11:49:04+01:00

A roadmap to retrofit: is EnerPHit the answer?

2021-12-06T12:50:36+01:00

Watch our webinar with Schüco, exploring the future of EnerPHit and whether the standard provides a realistic and affordable roadmap to retrofitting our historic building stock.

A roadmap to retrofit: is EnerPHit the answer?2021-12-06T12:50:36+01:00

Architects’ Own Houses Revisited

2020-10-07T15:53:37+01:00

Talk An online discussion hosted by Schueco UK and Architecture Today explored the motivations and processes behind the recent renovation of self-built houses by architects Sarah Wigglesworth and Piers Taylor.

Architects’ Own Houses Revisited2020-10-07T15:53:37+01:00