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6 Reasons Passivhaus Living is Good for the Elderly

In the UK many elderly people live on a low income compared to the rest of the population. Struggling to pay their heating bills and often living in cold damp environments, the conditions are believed to contribute to the approximate 27,000 excess winter deaths each year.
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Sarah’s Top Ten Tips for MIPIM

It was both David Bailey’s and my first time at MIPIM, and I have learnt a few things to aid survival outside the useful daily structure and impeccably good behaviour inside the Bunker.
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Monica Win: My First 6 Months Working in an Architect’s Studio

Since starting my job as a Part I Architectural Assistant at DLG I feel like time has flown by. It wasn’t only the start of my first ‘real’ job, but I had braved moving alone to London, all within weeks of leaving university. I hadn’t done any work experience at a practice beforehand so although I had spent 3 years studying architecture, I really didn’t know what to expect.
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Trees: Wanted Dead or Alive, Our Reward Will be Handsome

Whether dead or alive trees are an important resource that we at DLG aim to work with whenever possible. As architects we are an important catalyst in promoting their use in both states and can potentially make a substantial contribution to minimising global warming and the future impact of climate change.
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