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Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

We're investigating the low carbon built environment, architecture and its historical and cultural context, design research and more.

Mae'r cynnwys hwn ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig.

Shree Kalyana Venkateshwara Temple near Bangalore

The Shree Kalyana Venkateshwara Hoysala Art Foundation commissioned PRASADA to design a new temple in the complex 12th-century style of the Hoysala dynasty.

The Nagara Tradition of Temple Architecture: Continuity, Transformation, Renewal

An examination of the transformations and renewals of an architectural tradition across a millennium and a half in India to see how past and present can be studied both for their own sakes and for their mutual illumination.

Multimedia animation for 'India: the Art of the Temple' exhibition

A multimedia display is being created for ‘India: the Art of the Temple’, an exhibition of Indian from the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

The historic city of Ajmer-Pushkar: mapping layers of history, use and meaning for sustainable planning and conservation

A study in the walled city of Ajmer, and nearby Pushkar, to develop inclusive, informed and sustainable planning decisions for public spaces in historic Indian cities.

Affordable Vertical Farms for the People living with £1 a day (EPSRC Pump-priming)

This project aims to develop Affordable Vertical Farms (AVF) for people living in areas with an income of less than £1 per day.

AHRC funded project: Shelf-Life; Re-imagining the future of Carnegie Public Libraries

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

An Architecture of Invitation: Colin St John Wilson

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Field Benchmarking and Market Development for Audit Methods in Air Conditioning (AUDITAC)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Care for the City: Rethinking urbanism and ethics

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Correlating maintenance, energy efficiency and fuel poverty for traditional buildings in the UK

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Developing better outputs from building thermal simulation tools to improve decision making in the design of low energy buildings (EPSRC)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Euro-Mediterranean Urban Voids Ecology (EMUVE)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Evolving Cities

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

harmonAC

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Health Impact and Economic Value of Meeting Housing Quality Standards

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

iSERV CMB

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

The Low Carbon Built Environment (LCBE)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

WEST (Welsh Energy Sector Training)

The Shree Kalyana Venkateshwara Hoysala Art Foundation commissioned PRASADA to design a new temple in the complex 12th-century style of the Hoysala dynasty.

MSc in Sustainable Mega Buildings

The Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Utzøn: Inspiration, Vision, Architecture

The Shree Kalyana Venkateshwara Hoysala Art Foundation commissioned PRASADA to design a new temple in the complex 12th-century style of the Hoysala dynasty.

Northern Indian Temple Forms: Reconstructing lost origins

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

SMART-er

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

The Sustainable Building Envelope Demonstration (SBED)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Smart Operation for a Low Carbon Energy Region (SOLCER)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Solcer House

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Solar Thermal Absorption Cooling Systems (STACS)

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

The Centre for Sustainable Design of the Built Environment (SuDoBE)

This project aims to develop Affordable Vertical Farms (AVF) for people living in areas with an income of less than £1 per day.

Temples of Ashapuri

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

Temples of Kashmir and the Western Himalayas

Shelf-Life asks if the uniquely controlled procurement of over 2600 public buildings across Britain and America around 100 years ago by the Carnegie Library Programme could benefit from some systematic thinking for their re-vitalisation at a time of crisis.

The Indian Temple: Production, Place, Patronage

A collaboration to consider how temples were patronised and constructed and the place they occupied in a medieval Indian polity.

Culturally Sensitive Healthcare Environments

A study of healthcare arts in relation to diversity and the provision of multifaith prayer rooms.

Classical Dance and Temple Architecture

An exploration of the relationship between dance and Hindu architecture.

Shekhari Temples

Research into the whole tradition of Shekhari temple building with analysis of both the compositional patterns of individual temples and the way in which these evolve.

Vernacular Architecture of Orissa

This project was set up to document the settlement pattern, architectural forms, construction methods and building processes of a number of distinct types of village in Orissa.

Earlier design projects

A summary of some of our early UK based design and consultancy projects.