Max Fordham Blog

Can Collaboration Solve London's Energy Conundrum?

This week Max Fordham signed up as supporters of LETI – The London Environment Transformation Initiative. This is a group of over 150 cross-disciplinary…

Digital Construction Week 2017

I recently attended Digital Construction Week, hosted at London’s Excel Centre. This year’s event drew its largest ever attendance. That’s not…

Sound Bites - Acoustics in Restaurants

As an acoustician specialising in the built environment, I believe any push to increase general awareness of acoustics in the spaces we occupy…

Richard Hassel (WOHA Architects) - Garden City/Mega City

The Passive Low Energy Architecture Conference (PLEA) is an annual event that brings a network of experts together for a discourse on sustainable…

Chill Hill

Peabody's St. John's Hill residential development is located next to the train line passing through Clapham Junction - Europe's busiest station…

Joe Clark (University of Stratchclyde) – Building Performance Simulation

The Passive Low Energy Architecture Conference (PLEA) is an annual event that brings a network of experts together for a discourse on sustainable…

Harald Rostvik (University of Stavanger) – The Electric Car Revolution

The Passive Low Energy Architecture Conference (PLEA) is an annual event that brings a network of experts together for a discourse on sustainable…

LINING A SILVER CLOUD FOR SCOTTISH OPERA

Scottish Opera’s new Silver Cloud Studio is a 5,000 square foot orchestral rehearsal space at Hillingdon Park near Glasgow. An existing industrial…

If Rauschenberg could do it

In 1966, an artist famous for his Combines- exuberant collages of newsprint and cardboard stuffed animals- changed his narrative. Robert Rauschenberg,…

Built on Trust

Sometimes you get so used to working in a certain way that you forget how unusual it is. The Government’s recent suggestion that employees should…

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