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From diesel car emissions to chemicals in household products, there is an ever growing number of contributors to air pollution. Outdoor pollutants filter into indoor environments and combine with contaminants from burning fuels, candles and tobacco, as well as emissions from building materials, furnishings, electronic equipment, the list goes on. As people in Europe spend at least 90% of their time indoors, poor air quality can have a massive impact on our heath and productivity. Read More

A beautifully designed atrium can provide an impactful visual effect for visitors, but in a space of this size, how can specifiers ensure thermal comfort? Read More

April will see the introduction of new Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) that will make it unlawful to let commercial and domestic buildings in England and Wales which do not achieve a minimum Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating of E. Read More

Walk through any modern city street these days and you are likely to see glass fronted buildings everywhere. Its pleasing appearance and ability to harness natural light to reduce electricity consumption makes glass the material of choice for contemporary architects. And with global demand for sustainable buildings set to double in 2018, it will only grow in popularity.   Read More

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