This June marks the first annual Sustainability Month at InsideOut. While we champion sustainability every day in practice, we wanted to use this month as an opportunity to share knowledge on the little things that can make a huge impact. Take a look below to read all about our latest
Passivhaus project; Fairbrook Grove.
London Festival of Architecture Digital
At 3pm on Wednesday 24th June, as part of LFA, InsideOut will be hosting a webinar that explores key aspects of the design and delivery of our Passivhaus development of 14 new homes in Faversham, Kent. To sign up and submit questions, please follow this link…
What is a sustainable landscape in the context of climate change?
At Fairbrook Grove we are in the process of planting 9,000 native trees, shrubs, hedge plants, bulbs and wildlife beneficial herbaceous plants in addition to 1,500 square metres of wildflower meadow. Ann Rowland, Director of Landscape Perspective, explains why here…
A Civil approach to sustainability Sustainable construction intends to meet the needs of today without compromising those of tomorrow. This has been the mantra for the Fairbrook Grove development from the beginning. As the Civil Engineers for the scheme, Considine set out to explore a sustainable approach to drainage and external works. Read more here.
Materiality: Creating a Woodland Community Fairbrook Grove’s Project Lead, Anthony Hall, explains how we mitigated the impact of conventional hard-surfaced roads to achieve a real woodland community.
Sustainable Masterplanning A vision of the future that is partially a picture of the past. Senior Architect James Barrett shares his thoughts on the future of Sustainable Masterplanning.
The Gold Standard
Take a look at Fairbrook Grove from the developer’s perspective, read about this award-winning project and keep an eye out for the timelapse video showing the Show Home fit-out.