News

Breathing Buildings Liberty

Breathing Buildings was delighted to hear the Prime Brass rendition of Souza’s Liberty Bell on Tim Lihoreau’s Classic FM Breakfast show on 14 October 2016.

Optimising Hybrid Ventilation Systems

Breathing Buildings is pleased to announce that the next Cambridge University undergraduate research project we are supervising is on hybrid ventilation.

CIBSE Technical Symposium 2016

Last week, three intrepid engineers from the Breathing Buildings ventured into the far north (Edinburgh) in search of Haggis, Kilts and the CIBSE Technical Symposium at Heriot Watt University.

Learning in Comfort

In the latest edition of CIBSE Journal, Breathing Buildings CEO Dr Shaun Fitzgerald discusses how the Priority School Building Programme (PSBP) has invested more than £5bn into UK schools since 2011.

Ecodesign Requirements for Ventilation Units

Breathing Buildings has been following developments of Directive 2009/125/EC of the European Parliament, which establishes a framework for the ecodesign requirements for energy-related products.

More Accolades for the EcoPod

Breathing Buildings is delighted to announce that on 2 December 2015, at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, the Costa EcoPod scooped the BCSC Gold Award for Sustainability.

Modelling Overheating in London

Breathing Buildings Consulting Engineer Dr Owen Connick has written an article for the latest edition of the CIBSE Natural Ventilation Group Newsletter.

Fabric First Event

Breathing Buildings' Consulting Engineer Owen Connick will be presenting at the Fabric First Event to be held at the Inmarsat Conference Centre, London on Wednesday 18th Nov 2015.

Louvre Design

Breathing Buildings Founder & CEO Dr Shaun Fitzgerald discusses the recommended weather louvre supplied as an option with NVHR systems.

Awards News

Burntwood School, a large comprehensive girls' school in Wandsworth, London has won the coveted RIBA Stirling Prize 2015 for the UK's best new building.

Coffee with Breathing Buildings

The UK's first zero carbon retail building has been pioneered for Costa and showcased in the CIBSE Journal October 2015 supplement on Leisure and Retail.

Building the World of Tomorrow

100 pioneers and leaders from the construction industry came to the University of Cambridge organised Building the World of Tomorrow event on 21 July 2015.

PSBP is Working

A recent opinion poll undertaken by Architects Journal and reported in TES magazine reveals there are many highly critical of the Priority Schools Building Program (PSBP).

Building the World of Tomorrow

Prof Cam Middleton from the University of Cambridge and Breathing Buildings are arranging an Industry-Academia research event on Building the World of Tomorrow.