Housing and Residential Development

A new seminar took place at RIBA London HQ this Tuesday, 24th October, concerning today’s trends about housing and residential development. The PIP Seminar gathered architects, practices and architecture firms from all over the UK and discussed, with partners and guests, topics that spaced from heating to insulation, also exposing 3 case studies from the project winners of the respective competitions. Topics were: - The Behavioural Economics of Heating - Case Study: Vaudeville Court - Cost verses Risk specification tool - Case Study 2: The Malings - Rigid Full Fill Cavity Wall Insulation - Case Study 3: St John’s Hill - Panel Session and audience Q&A The 2-hour lo

Today’s trends for workplace interior design

The impact of the physical workspace on employee productivity, morale and motivation has been the subject of various debates, discussions and researches. In fact, research conducted by the Chartered association of Building Engineers indicates that the workplace environment accounts for 24% of job satisfaction and can affect performance by up to 15%. However, with many industry professionals declaring open plan office design obsolete, it is time to consider how the workspace of the future would look like and what design challenges it would pose for architects. From open plan to cubicle and back Open plan offices first appeared in Germany in the 1950s as a way of creating a non-hierarchical wo

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