RECAP:

Empathy:

https://www.netflix.com/watch/81474961?trackId=255824129
Min 15.00 / 22.00


https://www.scottishhousingnews.com/articles/affordable-passivhaus-service-set-for-scottish-social-housing-sector
See the bottom articles too


https://www.insidehousing.co.uk/insight/insight/how-glasgow-is-looking-to-drive-sustainable-homes-ahead-of-cop26-70566

 

https://dundashill.com/
https://dundashill.com/#home-green-living

Tackling the climate emergency and saving money on energy bills is at the heart of the design of every home at Maltings Wynd, to help the new Dundashill community feel confident that it’s doing something good for the planet. All homes achieved an EPC ‘A’ rating at the time of building warrant approval. Independent accreditation from Building with Nature and Home Quality Mark is being secured to provide further peace of mind. So, what makes the homes green?

 

https://www.buildxstudio.com/
and this

CLT

https://www.homebuilding.co.uk/advice/cross-laminated-timber
https://www.be-st.build/

Further interest:

We discussed story .. how does your design support a story about place, experience 
(if you can 

https://www.wired.com/story/environment-climate-change-storytelling/
or PDF

 

Some other examples:

Ripple Retreat https://www.kettle.co/project/ripple-retreat
Ripple Retreat is a purpose-built sanctuary for children affected by cancer. Set up and funded by, ‘It’s Good 2 Give!’, a charity who provide practical support to families impacted by this disease.
The charity’s ultimate goal has been to create a safe, relaxed, and enjoyable escape for families from the challenges of their illness, within a reasonable distance of hospitals and medical treatment.
Situated on the southern bank of Loch Venachar, the Retreat captures an impressive aspect, with beautiful views across the calming water to the surrounding hills.

This I haven’t read closely but aiming to encourage you to see whats our there, what you think works what doesn’t:

https://www.teachermagazine.com/au_en/articles/learning-spaces-biophilic-design-in-schools