Sustainable Architecture in Guernsey – A necessity or a pipe dream?

August 25th, 2010 by Vanessa

Architect Bill Dunster OBE will give a presentation on 2 September beginning at 8 pm at the Princess Royal Centre for Performing Arts on “Sustainable Architecture in Guernsey – A necessity or a pipe dream?

Bill Dunster OBE image ©Morley von Sternberg (click image to expand)

Bill Dunster heads up the ‘ZEDfactory’ (Zero Emission Developments), an award winning practice specialising in low energy, low environmental impact buildings, including BedZED, the unique carbon-neutral live-work community in the London Borough of Sutton, designed by the practice and completed in 2002.

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For further information about Bill Dunster’s work and the ZEDfactory philosophy, visit and download their Practice Profile.

The Zedfactory supports 10:10 and the Code for Sustainable Homes.

The presentation is free to attend but please call 728886 or email vanessa (at) to reserve a seat.

Bill Dunster’s visit to Guernsey is kindly sponsored by Bas MooArc Ltd. and the Guernsey College of Further Education.


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