Sustainability, Wellbeing and Biophilic Design

Acting and designing responsibly for the future is embedded in every action we take. We are passionate about sustainable placemaking and are committed to improving the human experience through our work.

Our holistic attitude results in places to live, work, learn, and play that have a minimal impact on the environment. We are industry leaders in sustainable placemaking, reinforced by our qualified Fitwel assessment offering and involvement in industry groups including CIBSE Homes for the Futures Group, London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI), and the UK Green Building Council.

This unique approach to sustainability and wellbeing across all built environment disciplines ensure the creation of exceptional spaces that preserve history, serve local neighbourhoods, and are adaptable and resilient for the future.

Working in unison, our team delivers a fully integrated and coordinated approach throughout the design process following the RIBA Sustainable Outcomes Guide. This starts at concept design, when we help our clients define their sustainability, wellbeing, and low carbon ambitions in light of legislative and market opportunities. Our strategies are developed to be pragmatic, deliverable, and embedded at the outset of work – resulting in highly successful projects.

Our sustainability and wellbeing services include:

  • Sustainability management:
    • Sustainability strategy
    • BREEAM
    • Sustainability statements for planning
    • Climate change adaption
    • Home Quality Mark
    • Code for Sustainable Homes
    • Sunlight/Daylight reports for planning
    • Post-occupancy evaluation
  • Wellbeing and biophilic design:
    • Wellbeing strategy
    • WELL Building Standard
    • Biophilic design
    • Thermal comfort
    • Lighting and daylighting
    • Fitwell assessments
  • Energy and low carbon strategy:
    • Energy statements for planning
    • Circular economy statements
    • Embodied carbon assessments
    • Net Zero Carbon
    • Carbon offsetting
    • Renewable energy feasibility
    • Overheating assessments
    • Passive design solutions
    • Passivhaus
    • Fabric energy efficiency design
    • Part L Assessments / EPCs
LETI is a network of over 1000 built environment professionals that are working together to put London on the path to a zero carbon future.
United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 2015




At 50km South of Warsaw, Poland, Pepsi-co commissioned a new 60,000m2 distribution centre. Pepsi-co use the facility to distribute around the Warsaw area engaging with new motorway links to transport hubs.


At 33,000m2, the Airbus Logistics centre located in the Toledo town of Illescas, Spain, is the further expansion of the local Airbus facilities and the company’s commitment to Spain.


Hoppegarten, Berlin, Germany, was selected as the location for a 13,000m2 last mile, fast-sorting facility.