Tuesday, 20 October 2015

G&S Presenting Keynote Project at UK Passivhaus Conference 2015 #UKPHC15 #Passivhaus

Gale & Snowden Architects are pleased to announce that they are presenting a keynote project at this year's UK Passivhaus Conference in London.

G&S Director and Certified Passivhaus Designer, Tomas Gartner, will be representing Gale & Snowden on Tuesday 20th October 2015 at the Business Design Centre in London.

Tomas will be presenting one of the Conference's Keynote Projects alongside AFLS+P's Mark Thomas; the pair will be discussing live project Exeter Leisure Centre ('Exeter Active') and the design challenges faced throughout the project so far.

This presentation will be held in the main auditorium in 'Session 2' of the conference, between 11:30 and 13:00.

Tomas will also be presenting 'Designing for Cost Optimisation' alongside Parsons + Whittley's Chris Parsons in 'Session 3' of the conference, between 14:00 and 15:15 in room EF.

Further information about the UK Passivhaus Conference 2015 (including the full conference programme) can be found on their website here.

Gale & Snowden Architects has been designing low energy buildings since 1992, and since 2008 G&S has been at the forefront of delivering Passivhaus Buildings in the UK including residential, commercial, education, leisure and public buildings, both new-build and refurbishment.

To achieve the high performance passive low energy buildings that their clients are seeking, G&S offer the in-house expertise to integrate, dynamically model and design all architectural, mechanical and electrical requirements for any building scheme. The practice offers a full design service or individual consultancy service to developers, contractors or designers seeking to meet the stringent criteria of the Passivhaus standard.

Gale & Snowden is registered with the Passivhaus Institute in Germany as Certified Designers, as well as being a member of the Passivhaus Trust in the UK.

Further information about Gale & Snowden Architects as Passivhaus Designers can be found here.

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