We believe that architecture plays an important role in the successful design of a sustainable building.
We are always very keen to contribute to knowledge-driven discussions on sustainability to bring a proactive approach to each project.
We strive to ensure that our designs are flexible, adaptable and maximize the lifespan of buildings by responding positively to all current and future needs of our customers. We have adopted sustainability as an integral part of our design process to deliver human-oriented environments for the future.
Since most of the energy consumed over the life of a building will be the result of heating and lighting, we see that close cooperation with experts is essential to produce improvements in façade design performance.
We specify the use of materials such as recycled aggregates and cement replacement byproducts in the design of any new building where we can contribute significantly to reducing its embodied energy. Wherever possible, we reuse existing structural elements such as piled foundations or retaining walls.
Using the latest simulation software, we can improve the structural and the MEP design so that we can minimize material waste. With the use of super-strength materials such as high-performance concrete, high-strength steels and aluminium alloys, our extensive experience in off-site and modular construction enables us to add greater value and greater efficiency.