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8 NEWS EVENTS


AWARDS Structural Awards 2018 16 November, London www.istructe.org/structuralawards


EXHIBITIONS Disappear Here 2 May - 24 November, London www.architecture.com/whats-on


FESTIVALS World Architecture Festival 28 - 30 November, Amsterdam www.worldarchitecturefestival.com


SEMINARS


Response to Grenfell with Jane Duncan 20 November, Plymouth www.architecture.com/whats-on


TRADE SHOWS Architects@Work 23 - 24 January, London www.architect-at-work.co.uk


Surface Design Show 5 - 7 February, London www.surfacedesignshow.com


BOOK


An affordable, zero-carbon and zero-waste way of life: ZEDlife


As concern for sustainability in the built environment grows, ZEDlife from RIBA publishing “offers a timely intervention”. More than just a guide to affordable


green living, in this book, leading architect and sustainability pioneer Bill Dunster demonstrates “practical and positive ways to achieve a clean, green future that doesn’t cost the earth”. ZEDlife is the vision of Dunster’s


ZEDfactory: an architectural practice exclusively committed to low carbon building and development. It pioneers routes to reduce people’s environmental impact through Zero Energy Development (ZED) whilst at the same time increasing our quality of life through stimulating, distinctive and sustainable design.


With clients around the world, ZEDlife


marks a seminal moment for ZEDfactory. It is “set to provide vital reading for all those invested in seeing the built environment and society more widely successfully transition towards a low- carbon model – with relevant information for students as well as experienced practitioners,” commented RIBA. From small-scale ideas to large-scale


solutions in buildings and urban planning, the book offers a “comprehensive and interdisciplinary approach to achieving sustainable design”. Full-colour case studies of projects from across the globe illustrate that zero-carbon living is achievable today. Bill Dunster commented: “When there’s no top down plan that doesn’t involve


collateral toxic waste, it’s up to us all to build our own future that works. ZEDlife assembles the latest tools that define a clean, healthy, affordable and hopefully peaceful way of living. He added: “Ranging from a single room to high-density communities – this joined up and practical thinking can regenerate optimism for ‘Generation ZED’. ZEDlife will help householders, students, architects, engineers, clients, local councillors, planners, policy makers, politicians and investors meet the challenges of the century ahead.”


BOOK


Hawkins\Brown: It’s Your Building


Celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2018, architectural practice Hawkins\Brown has produced an extensively illustrated book which examines fourteen projects in detail, plus insightful essays on related themes interspersed throughout. With an introduction by architecture


journalist Hugh Pearman, ‘Hawkins\Brown: It’s your building’ begins with Pearman’s examination of the formation, history and philosophy of the practice, based on interviews with its two founding principals, Roger Hawkins and Russell Brown. A full analysis of the projects follows, each comprehensively illustrated with photographs, detailed plans and renderings. Hawkins\Brown commented: “As Pearman says in his introduction, one word that springs to mind when looking through the book is ‘range’. This is a practice that could never be typecast.” Working on projects as diverse as the


major upgrades to Tottenham Court Road Underground Crossrail station, the revitalisation of Sheffield’s Park Hill estate, and the construction of the innovative


Corby Cube civic and cultural centre in Northamptonshire, Hawkins\Brown has demonstrated “remarkable versatility”. The 14 detailed case studies are


interspersed with engagingly written essays by members of the practice. These explore themes such as the integration of art with architecture, the importance of urban planning, and the opportunities afforded by new technology. The result is a “highly readable and informative insight into one of the country’s leading and most versatile architectural practices,” said the firm.


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ADF NOVEMBER 2018


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