Sustainability expert and Senior Architecture Lecturer Duncan Baker-Brown is hosting an international exhibition and seminar aimed at promoting the circular economy at FutureBuild in London (3-5 March), along with 27,000 industry ‘influencers and shapers’.
Watch Architecture tutor and circular economy expert Duncan Baker-Brown explain how architects can develop a crucial new role in tackling the climate emergency through reuse of natural resources.
School of Art and Design lecturers Duncan Baker Brown and Nick Gant and colleagues have had their application to become a member of the British Council Crafting Futures Network accepted. Read More
The University is hosting an international exhibition and seminar aimed at stepping up efforts to eliminate waste in the construction industry. Read More
Lecturer Duncan Baker Brown discusses his inspiring work on the circular economy, the university’s Waste House and his ‘Waste Zone’ at London’s upcoming FutureBuild event. Read More
The University of Brighton’s award-winning Waste House is having an autumn makeover as innovative new recycled and reused materials are incorporated into its structure. Read More
“Buildings should be constructed as ‘material stores’ and designed for re-assembly in the future”, according to leading Brighton architect and senior lecturer Duncan Baker-Brown. Read More
The University of Brighton has been chosen to compete in a global competition to design and build a house using new technologies and reclaimed materials. Read More
Staff members Nick Gant and Duncan Baker-Brown (School of Architecture & Design) are in London this week at the Wastezone, a symposium and exhibition showing that waste is a valuable resource and opportunity, not a problem. Read More
Two esteemed members of staff launch their respective books at Grand Parade tonight, 5.30-8.30pm. Drinks provided. Book your place now. Read More