Low Energy Buildings Research

40% of carbon emissions in the UK are the result of operating buildings. At Hudson Architects we are committed to the important role we play in tackling the climate crisis and we are passionate about creating environmentally-conscious, sustainable architecture.

Our design approach aims to reduce energy consumption, using construction materials that have low environmental impacts and ensure healthy environments for their users. Using qualified Passivhaus consultants, and with a wealth of sustainable design expertise, we are able to offer clients a rich level of understanding, experience and advice on building low energy, low carbon, healthy buildings.

Hudson Architects’ commitment to distinctive, design-led architecture, with sustainability at its core has been consistent since the practice’s inception. In 1994, we set standards in sustainable architecture with the award-winning Baggy House and have more recently been working on a pioneering Para 79 Hemp House using locally grown hemp and a Passivhaus housing development at Octagon Park.

The practice has been pushing the boundaries of sustainable design for over two decades and below are just some of the examples of our approach to creating low energy, environmentally-conscious buildings.

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