Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! …is a common framework to make positive steps towards our relationship with our environment.

How are the three R’s applied in the context of architecture?

Built upon common and existing knowledge, we aim to expanding the meaning of the three R’s to raise our collective awareness about the environmental impact of the construction industry and as an integral part, the architects responsibility.

During COP26, and as part of the GIA chapter area our Glasgow office took part in #COPShopfront.

Displaying projects relating to the multitude of ways architecture can respond the climate emergency.

It’s about awareness! Pass by 50 Bell St and see the showcase in person.

Credit: Thomas Whiting, jmarchitects Glasgow

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Edinburgh

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Edinburgh
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0131 464 6100
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Glasgow

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Glasgow
G1 1LQ

0141 333 3920
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London

Second Floor
37 Alfred Place
London WC1E 7DP

0207 580 5330
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Manchester

3A, 54 Princess Street
Manchester
M1 6HS

0161 200 6300
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