Schools and the ways in which their buildings can be utilised effectively (in terms of learning, energy and other resources) are areas of particular interest to us. Our focus is on the way the curriculum can be used to teach pupils how buildings work by enabling them to conduct post-occupancy evaluations of their own school buildings, and in the process supply the design team with useful data. We are also trying to increase awareness of pupil capabilities amongst academics seeking to understand the design requisites for good learning environments. Read more here about the services we can offer.
Our other area of development is an alternative to Climate Based Daylight Modelling which we think better communicates useful information in the early stages of design. And it’s quicker.
We are actively seeking pro bono work in disadvantaged areas of the world. We like to design and assemble things ourselves and welcome the opportunity to put our practical skills to use. Please get in touch for any further information.
A book, bringing pleasure of understanding natural phenomena to a young audience, is pending. And here is our Physicist of the moment.