Using the town of Margate as their case study, students from Studio 2 of the BA Architecture Course at Central Saint Martin’s were inspired by the Blue New Deal to explore new ideas for living, working and playing by the seaside.
Author: Central Saint Martin’s Studio 2 Architecture Students
Plas Newydd, an 18th century mansion on the Anglesey coast, Wales, is the first National Trust property to install a marine source heat pump, providing a long-term, low-maintenance, sustainable heating approach for the property.
Author: Keith Jones, National Trust
Location: Anglesey, Wales
The Portpatrick Harbour Community Benefit Society have taken charge of their connection with the seas and brought their harbour into full community ownership to the benefit of current and future generations.
Author: Morven Campbell
Location: Portpatrick, Dumfries and Galloway