The RIBA has lined up some new writers and architects to blog for the Sustainabiliy Hub. The first three will be posting a range of current affairs, case studies, and opinion pieces about sustainability in the built environment. They are…

Thomas Stoney Bryans received his M.A. in Architectural Design with First-class honours from the University of Edinburgh in 2006, and his M.Arch from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University in 2010. He has worked for numerous practices worldwide including UN Studio in Amsterdam, Simon Conder Associates in London, and Heneghan Peng Architects in Dublin. His main research interests include large-scale questions of sustainability such as energy, transportation, food, and water, and how these issues are affected by and impact upon the way we live, and the buildings and cities we live in.

Clare Farrow, a freelance writer and former editor of Art & Design magazine. She has interviewed many leading artists, architects and photographers, including Richard Meier, Anish Kapoor and Annie Leibovitz, and her work has been published internationally, including Architectural DesignParkett magazine, the Henry Moore Foundation, and her book on artist Wolfgang Laib, A Journey, was published by Edition Cantz. She has a special interest in the links between art forms and other disciplines (architecture, art, music, science) and also has experience writing about China, as the co-author of two books, Music, Food and Love and Little Leap Forward. She lives in London.

Whitney Burdge is an American interior designer and writer earning her MA in Architecture, Cultural Identity & Globalisation at University of Westminster. Her recent travels/endeavors are focused on using architecture and planning with a bottom-up approach to effectively enrich cultural communities. She is heavily invested in London’s culture as well, as she contributes her free time to singing with the London Philharmonic Choir and taking part in the Latin dancing scene.

About Charlie Peel
Charlie set up and runs the RIBA's Sustainability Hub: a resouce on best practice in sustainable architecture. The site currently hosts several design strategies, case studies and short films.

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  1. This is certainly the 2nd post, of yours I really went through.
    However , I really enjoy this one, “RIBA Blogs Sustainability
    Hub blog launched today” the most. Take care ,Sophie

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