Design Studio Vol. 1: Everything Needs to Change
Architecture and the Climate Emergency
Serie: Design Studio 1
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Everything needs to change. Every minute we pollute the air and rivers using resources that we cannot replenish. Each newly erected building aggravates by consuming additional materials and energy.
Exploring architecture and the climate emergency, editors So fie Pelsmakers (sustainable architect, educator and author of The Environmental Design Pocketbook) and Nick Newman (climate activist and Director of award-winning practice Studio Bark) are channelling the message of Greta Thunberg to inspire, enthuse and inform the next generation of architects.
By including articles, building pro files and design projects from a range of leading voices, it explores solutions to climatic, environmental and social challenges. It urges readers to radically rethink what it means to be an architect in an era of climate crisis, and what the role of the architect is or can be.
Features: Goldsmith Street, Norwich; Kingsdale School, London; Upcycle Studios, Orestad; Olympic Pavilion, Tokyo; School of Dancing Arches, Bhadran; Burwood Brickworks, Melbourne; UN17 Village, Copenhagen, and more.
Discover how by using local materials and working with nature, radical design processes and transformative learning, infused with activism, hope can be found in the burning world.
The cover has been designed in four unique fluorescent colours - green, pink, red or yellow - and delivered at random.
Together, we can force change for a more sustainable and equitable tomorrow.
Creating Change with Impact: An Architect's Manifesto
By Dorte Mandrup
Not Opposites: A Conversation with Hiroshi Sambuichi on Architecture and Nature
By Andrew Barrie
Think Before You Build
By Kari Kytoela, Paulina Sawczuk and Satu Huuhka
Movement Building: Activism in an Age of Crisis
By Tom Bennett
The Sponge City: Planning, Design and Political Design
By Kongjian Yu
Contesting the Architect's Role Through Radical Participatory Design: A Discussion with Al Borde and raumlabor
By Mario Kolkwitz and Elina Luotonen
Transforming Education in a Climate Emergency
By Architects Climate Action Network (ACAN)
Architectural Learning for a Sustainable Future
By Elizabeth Donovan, Urszula Kozminska, Nacho Ruiz Allen and Thomas R. Hilberth
Hope in the Burning World
By Kasia Nawratek
Towards a Zero Carbon Architecture: Clay Field, Suffolk, UK; Goldsmith Street, Norwich,
UK; Housing for City of York, UK
By Mikhail Riches
Radical Sustainable Architecture: Kingsdale School, London, UK
By Alex de Rijke at dRMM
Co-housing Project: Vindmollebakken, Stavanger, Norway
By Siv Helene Stangeland at Helen & Hard Architects
Implementing Sustainability: Upcycle Studios, Orestad, Denmark; Resource Rows, Orestad,
Denmark; Olympic Pavilion, Tokyo, Japan; UN17 Village, Copenhagen, Denmark
By Anders Lendager at Lendager Group
A Choreography of Bricks: School of Dancing Arches, Bhadran, India
By Samira Rathod
Adaptation Out of Necessity: Cuba
By Anyana Zimmerman and Fabian Rodriguez Izquierdo
Sustainability is Not Enough: SBRC, University of Wollongong, Australia; Burnwood Brickworks,
Melbourne, Australia; The Paddock, Castlemaine, Australia
By Stephen Choi
Nick Newman is Director of Studio Bark and U-Build. His experience spans environmental architecture, climate activism, building performance evaluation and deep energy retrofits. Nick is a Passivhaus Designer and has contributed to a number of journals and publications, including the Environmental Design Pocketbook and the Passivhaus Designer's Manual. He speaks regularly at events on behalf of the studio and was named a 'Rising Sustainability Star' by Building magazine in 2014. Nick is an advocate for radical responses to the Climate Emergency and was arrested in October 2019 for his involvement in the Extinction Rebellion protests, which brought Central London to a standstill.