Ruth Butler Architects recently featured in the RIBA website Architecture.com in their article How practices will get to net zero by 2030:
“We need to provide leadership,” states architect Ruth Butler. “Let’s show everyone that great architecture is at the core of sustainable building”.
We are one of the practices that have committed to the RIBA’s 2030 Climate Challenge, which launched in October 2019. It asks RIBA Chartered Practices to set out now on a trajectory that will deliver net zero whole-life carbon for new buildings and full refurbishment projects by 2030.
Since designing and building her own house to Passivhaus standards three years ago, Ruth Butler works to the standard for all projects. Her practice delivers low whole-life carbon projects – both retrofit and new build – and across all sectors, from local community buildings and homes to education and wellbeing.
You can read the full article on the Architecture.com website here