Our vision is that the buildings we help design will still be a comfortable, practical and very low energy places to live in 50 years time.
We strongly believe in educating & sharing knowledge with everyone we work with. This is reflected in both our training but also the way we approach our projects.
Our team consists of:
Peter Warm CEng BSc MEI MCIBSE
Peter has over 30 years’ experience in low energy buildings and is one of three practicing UK Passivhaus certifiers. He has built five of his own low energy buildings and is a Passivhaus enthusiast!
“I am fascinated by the challenge of making the theory of low energy, airtight, insulated construction work in practice. I have spent my life seeking to understand energy use in buildings so that we can live very comfortably using fewer resources.”
Sally Godber CEng MEng MIMechE
Sally started her career as a building services engineer specialising in renewable and low energy systems for a diverse range of sectors including historic, industrial and educational buildings.
“Fundamentally, I want to design buildings that are truly comfortable - places where people want to spend time. Working in the building sector is wonderful as every project is bespoke which offers the opportunity to learn and evolve (if we choose to do so!)”
John Trinick MEng
“I am committed to the low energy building sector as it has the greatest potential to lower carbon emissions and improve our quality of life. My previous experience in energy strategy and policy covered a diverse range of low carbon solutions, giving me a broad appreciation of the issues each presents. My focus is now on energy demand reduction through robust and passive building, I believe this is the most sustainable and common sense way to improve our building stock.”
Karl Parsons BA (Hons) ACIAT
Karl is an Architectural Technologist with expertise in Passivhaus, low energy retrofits and thermal modelling.
“The focus of my interest is in providing buildings which are energy efficient yet also a delight to inhabit. Our built environment, as well as our green space and countryside, is an integral part of our culture and landscape. Anything we do now should be robust and well considered, creating or sensitively adapting existing buildings which will then remain fit for purpose for many years to come.’’