Stone, SH., 2012.
Continuity in Architecture
|Output Type:||Conference paper|
|Presented at:||Production of Place|
|Dates:||3/12/2012 - 6/12/2012|
The college of Continuity in Architecture at the Manchester School of Architecture was established in 1994. It focuses upon the sustainable design of new buildings and public spaces within the historic city and interventions within existing structures. We believe that one of the most pressing concerns for today's society is how we engage with the urban situation in an environmentally friendly and sympathetic manner. The pursuit of strategies for carbon-neutral buildings combined with issues of sustainability and heritage are central to all forms of architectural practice, research and education. It is this research, undertaken through the College of Continuity in Architecture, that this paper will present.