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How do we make our cities more resilient?

18/03/2014 Written by Caroline Field Be the first to comment

Resilience is defined as the ability to prepare for, adapt to and quickly rebound from shocks and stresses. Building resilience is about making people, communities and systems better prepared to withstand catastroph

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Buro Happold INSIGHT into Happold Lighting

INSIGHT into Happold Lighting

04/03/2014 Written by Steven Galo Be the first to comment

Happold Lighting’s INSIGHT exhibition, which showcases the team’s fantastic project work in a series of vivid presentations, is currently on show at 71 Newman Street, London. The te

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Low carbon – investible? Carpe diem

27/02/2014 Written by Justin Etherington Be the first to comment

At the Scottish Low Carbon Infrastructure Investment Conference there was a positive note from the investors side when discussing the funding opportunities available to projects. What appeared to be said is that, be

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What does it take to be a Future Leader?

21/01/2014 Written by Lindsey Malcolm Be the first to comment

As a member of Buro Happold’s Sustainability and Physics team, I’ve spent over six years working as a professional engineer. During this time I’ve come to realise that I’m working in an industry full of challenges but al

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Categories: Inspiration, Energy


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Designing in resilience must be viewed as a benefit, not a cost

10/01/2014 Written by Philip Bates Be the first to comment

While the recent storms buffeting the UK can’t be compared, in terms of quantum of impact, to the recent polar vortex in North America or the devastating typhoon that hit the Philippines in November 2013, they have on

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Buro Happold The National Infrastructure Plan: Water, Waste and Flooding

The National Infrastructure Plan: Water, Waste and Flooding

20/12/2013 Written by David Palmer and Philip Bates Be the first to comment

In December 2013 the UK Government published its latest National Infrastructure Plan, and in response we're posting a series of blogs which highlight those aspects that caught our attention. In this our fourth and last blog...

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The National Infrastructure Plan: Communications and Intellectual Capital

18/12/2013 Written by Philip Bates and Robert Moyser Be the first to comment

In December 2013 the UK Government published its latest National Infrastructure Plan, and in response we're posting a series of blogs which highlight those aspects that caught our attention. In our third blog we look at wh

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Buro Happold A problem and a solution that affects us all. Or does it?

A problem and a solution that affects us all. Or does it?

18/12/2013 Written by Zoë Metcalfe Be the first to comment

It’s difficult to know which is the best solution for the UK and London; a Boris Island hub or the proposed incremental distribution of airports option.  It’s currently hard to clearly hear the facts that outli

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