The NLA has released its latest digital research paper showcasing over 80 exemplar projects that push the bar of environmental design and contribute to London’s ambition to become a low carbon city and help stop global warming.
Three of our projects: Timber Square, Sports Hall at King's Cross and the Royal College of Pathologists have been featured among an array of ambitious architectural projects from firms across the UK. The relevant report coincides with London's pledge to achieving net zero carbon targets by 2050 and as a practice, we are the first architectural practice in the world to have approved science-based targets and be carbon neutral via the United Nations' Climate Neutral Now framework.
'London has committed to achieve net zero carbon targets by 2050, with the Mayor proposing to bring the deadline forward to 2030. Zero Carbon London offers an unprecedented insight into where the built environment profession is currently in the fight against climate change, and the measures that need to be prioritised in London to achieve this goal.'
2014 - 2020
Our first all-timber project at Kings Cross constructed for Camden Council.
The new London headquarters for the Royal College of Pathologists is a flexible, environmentally efficient building