“Creating low carbon architectural designs that fully utilise renewable energy to promote sustainable communities worldwide”
Meet the Team
Our team of experts and collective experience gives Green Globe Architecture credentials to professionally assist our clients to be on the right track in developing their concepts and avoid solutions that impede progression of ideas and innovation. The team at Green Globe Architecture prides itself in its ability to tackle and overcome barriers in innovation. We lead in our holistic approach the ability to deliver in the health sector, project management, architectural design, renewable energy, waste management targeting social, economic educational and well being outcomes and the related empirical research. We aim to create projects, environments and places that drive the sense of purpose optimising impact and technological advancements. Durham University based in Northern England, is a global top-100 University and is amongst the top three Universities in the UK, recognised for outputting world-class research and teaching.
Durham Energy Institute (DEI)
Institute of Hazard, Risk and Resilience (IHRR)
Wolfson Research Institute (WRI)
Green Globe Architecture have established a partnership to undertake commissions locally, nationally and internationally with strategic alliances between a number of specialist companies to provide a holistic approach with regard to attaining sustainable societies for our clients to provide carbon neutral communities utilising renewable energy technologies. The principle of Universal Sustainable Habitat Development (USHD) is to fully utilise wind, solar, micro hydro and other renewable energy sources to provide power for economic, health, social and educational development all integrated in infrastructure development projects.
The USHD also looks at possibilities that such technologies offer and the need to integrate renewable energy provision to the health, economic, social and environmental policies. The USHD aims to create sustainable communities and infrastructure development through its initiation.
The USHD as a concept addresses sustainable development in a fresh way, moving sustainable development from an abstract concept to the core of mainstream economics with measured outputs and outcomes. At the core of the concept is the modular building design that will facilitate hospital, schools, sports facilities buildings and homes all using a combination of a variety of renewable energy sources and local materials.
Architecturally a team of architects have undertaken a design (that is ready for implementation) that draws fully on sustainability principles creating a building model that fully utilises renewable energy. Technologically the USHD integrates all available forms of renewable energy to provide a power supply for the functioning of the building model that has been developed as well as serving the immediate communities power needs.