Barnabas Calder revisits architectural history through the lens of energy and climate
10. AJ Climate Champions with Hattie Hartman.
Barnabas Calder charts the course of architectural history from hunter gatherers’ earliest mud and bone huts through coal-powered industrial Liverpool all the way to today’s search for regenerative design in Cork House (2019).
Calder explains how he got hooked on a climatic approach to architectural history and why he’s concluded that ‘small is good’, deciding to retrofit his current Liverpool terrace rather than upgrade to a larger home.
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