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University and TV architect join forces to develop new homes of the future

University and TV architect join forces to develop new homes of the future

Press releases   •   Oct 14, 2019 14:03 BST

The ways that homes are designed and built in the future could be completely transformed, thanks to a new agreement between Northumbria University and the renowned architect, TV presenter and campaigner George Clarke. The University will work with Clarke’s charity, the Ministry of Building Innovation and Education (MOBIE), to drive innovation in designing and delivering homes for the future.

EXPERT COMMENT: Climate change: real estate worth billions could become obsolete – unless owners act now

EXPERT COMMENT: Climate change: real estate worth billions could become obsolete – unless owners act now

Press releases   •   Jul 04, 2019 12:12 BST

Kevin Muldoon-Smith, Lecturer in Real Estate Economics and Property Development, and Paul Michael Greenhalgh, Professor of Real Estate and Regeneration, both at Northumbria University, discuss real estate in relation to climate change.

Smart sensors could transform how buildings are designed and lived in

Smart sensors could transform how buildings are designed and lived in

Press releases   •   Feb 13, 2019 12:25 GMT

Mould, mildew and damp cause misery for thousands of people in homes across the UK, and cost housing associations, landlords and homeowners millions of pounds a year in repairs.

EXPERT COMMENT: How to embrace urban living, but avoid an apocalypse

EXPERT COMMENT: How to embrace urban living, but avoid an apocalypse

Press releases   •   Apr 13, 2017 13:58 BST

​Paul Jones, Professor of Architecture at Northumbria, writes about the future of cities for The Conversation.

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From l-r: Dr Kay Rogage (Northumbria University), Mark Riley (Your Homes Newcastle), Graham Coulby (BIM Academy) and Dr Adrian Clear (Northumbria University), pictured with the smart sensors used in the Smart Connected Buildings project.

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