Technology & Use CLT – Cross Laminated Timber – originated in Continental Europe, but is now increasingly popular in the UK to the point where it is challenging steel and concrete frame. CLT panel construction is now used with confidence in tall and long span applications where conventional timber framing was hitherto unsuitable or uneconomic.
Radiates heat without energy American University Invention Writing in Global Construction Review, Joe Quirke reports that a team from the University of Colorado Boulder has engineered a new material that can cool structures without using energy.
For the forward thinking, tech savvy home owner or developer, in a busy world, distance design works.
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Whatever you need designing and whoever is designing, the basic process of design is similar for small or large scale projects. Here I briefly outline how I work with clients from initial meeting to design.
“Good design doesn’t simply make your landscape look good, it uses your budget efficiently, finds ways to be more sustainable, creates spaces that are usable and comfortable and helps landscapers accurately and economically quote.”- Jai Cheswick
This design offers students and staff numerous opportunities for interaction within a learning environment for social interaction and for spiritual contemplation. A combination of natural materials and robust drought tolerant plantings ensure the design will stand the test of time.
The ‘Peace Garden’ at Altona Meadows School is somewhat unique. This large build was initiated, managed and built by an incredibly enthusiastic parent and congregational team with regular encouragement and guidance from Cheswick Consultants landscape architect, Jai Cheswick.
More than half of home owners in the UK are planning improvements in 2015 with 12% of them hoping to extend or convert their property