Tagged: building design

Intelligent Buildings? - The Science of Architecture

Ken Collins Jul 12, 2010

Modern buildings have a lot of technology that goes into them. From the development of the products they are built from, to the systems that allow us to live, work, and play in them. The rate of technology uptake into our new buildings is surging up every year, especially when it comes to entertainment systems and power control. However one … Read More

Leaky Buildings — Part 2 — What we now know - The Science of Architecture

Ken Collins Jun 08, 2010

Following on from my blog on Leaky Buildings – Part 1 -and how we got to where we are, this blog covers some of the science and research that has gone into the building industry as a result. At this stage I must point out that there are other people with specialist areas of knowledge and research, in what … Read More

Earmuffs in Pre-school? - The Science of Architecture

Ken Collins Jun 01, 2010

I had promised the next blog would be my second part to the Leaky Homes blog, and it is on its way. However, this article in the Dominion Post caught the eyes of the team in our office. Do we really need to put earmuffs on our pre-schoolers when they are at Playcentre or other Pre-school facilities? While the … Read More

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