Ecological Building Systems

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A Best Practice Approach to Insulating Suspended Timber Floors

At the turn of the 18th century, when construction techniques moved from boarded floors installed directly on the ground to suspended timber floors over a ventilated
chamber, the innovation solved a significant problem. Previously, floor timbers had been prone to damp and rot thanks to their direct contact with the moist ground. Now, the free movement of air in the ventilated area between the ground and the floorboards ensured the timbers were not degraded in this way.

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Posted on Thursday, 14 February 2019

Tackling Damp & Improving Thermal Performance at Heritage Cottage

llias Igoumenidis from Ecological Building Systems discusses how thermal plaster has helped to transform a derelict 19th century cottage in the Cumbrian village of Allonby into a desirable holiday retreat.  When Steven Wooldridge and his son Luke bought Glen Cottage with the aim of transforming the dilapidated property into a haven for holidaymakers, he knew it would be a labour of love to bring the cottage back to life without compromising any of its original character and charm

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Posted on Thursday, 24 January 2019

Ecological Building Systems seminar tour given SEAL of approval

Sustainable building products and passivhaus project supplier, Ecological Building Systems, has brought together some of Europe’s leading airtightness experts in its first ever seminar tour. The series of masterclasses offered architects, passivhaus consultants and construction professionals an exclusive opportunity to resolve their specification and technical challenges.

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Posted on Friday, 21 December 2018

Passivhaus Professionals Flock To Ecological Building Systems Event

Professionals from across the Passivhaus, architectural and building physics communities gathered in London and Swindon during October thanks to an airtightness events programme hosted by Ecological Building Systems, in partnership with the BBA and pro clima

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Posted on Monday, 12 November 2018

AURO Clay Paint Scoop Award at Architecture & Building Expo

We were delighted our newly launched High Grade Clay Paint receieved award at the recent Architecture & Building Expo held in the RDS, Dublin.  This event brings together the country’s leading architects, architectural technologists, industry professionals and specifiers.  AURO High-Grade Clay Paint won the renewable catagory thanks to its transparency of ingredients and chemical free nature.  It is the first ready-to-use paint on the market that has no preservatives.

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Posted on Friday, 9 November 2018

How To Get a Better Built Environment From Watching TV

Whatever the elements of your dream home, there’s no shortage of ideas in the media. But, for me, the flashy mansions of reality TV shows are not the source of inspiration; it’s the design experts unveiling true innovation in the way we’re reimagining living spaces that I find really exciting Charlie Luxton

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Posted on Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Innovation Fatigue Vs The Quest for Better

Innovation is an over-used word that has, inevitably perhaps, lost its impact - even when it’s used in the context of something truly innovative. But that doesn’t mean that we should lose our drive to innovate or cease to be awed by the extraordinary. On the contrary; it simply means that we all need to raise our game in order to take concepts of innovation beyond the homogenous and every day. 

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Posted on Thursday, 13 September 2018

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