Building Sustainability consists of conversations with designers, builders, makers, dreamers and doers. Exploring the wide world of sustainability in the built environment by talking to wonderful people who are doing excellent things.
BS34 - Pt 2 - Earth Building a trainee's perspective - Miki Z & Jamie Ingle
Part 2 of the 2 part episode in partnership with Earth Building United Kingdom and Ireland (EBUKI.co) We wanted to find out about the training available to those wanting to get into earth building in the UK and Ireland. All to often this information is provided from the trainers perspective and doesnt show the difficulties of getting into this industry.
BS33 - Pt 1 - Earth Building a trainee's perspective - Kit Jones & Anna Castilla Vila
Part 1 of a 2 part episode in partnership with Earth Building United Kingdom and Ireland (EBUKI.co)We wanted to find out about the training available to those wanting to get into earth building in the UK and Ireland. All to often this information is...
BS32 - 45 years of Building Inspiration - Lloyd Kahn
I'm very pleased to welcome the podcast - builder, photographer, publisher, editor and blogger... Lloyd Kahn! Lloyd is the editor in chief at Shelter Publications, has now published eight books on building; this series is called The Shelter Library Of Building Books. Included are Home Work, the sequel to Shelter, Tiny Homes, and Lloyd’s favorite, Builders of the Pacific Coast.
BS31 - Climate hope through the arts - Beans On Toast
This episode we are talking with British folk singer, Jay McAllister AKA Beans on Toast. We began talking about "how the arts, music and storytelling could save the world from climate catastrophe." But, I think what came out of the conversation was that of hope, believing in people and celebrating the good in humanity.
BS30 - Orchard Barn Reinstatement - Sarah Partridge
Orchard barn is an off grid restoration project that is rebuilding a barn and long house using the traditional tools and techniques that were used to build it the first time round.
BS29 - The Rebel Architect - Scott McAulay
We discuss Scott's journey to this point and how the anthropocene architecture school has developed and grown into a rebellious voice of common sense - pushing for a change in the education of architects to bring the climate emergency to the forefront of design requirements.