UCL partners with AHMM architects to develop net zero carbon buildings

We teamed up with UCL to make a series of films about theirĀ  Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP) programme.

In this case study film, we hear from architects AHMM and the UCL Institute for Environmental Design & Engineering, who developed a KTP aimed at improving the environmental sustainability of AHMM's buildings.

UCL (University College London) is London's research powerhouse, with a commitment to transforming lives addressing the most pressing challenges facing the world today. It's been named second in the world for the strength of its international research network.

In this video, Simon Hatherley (former KTP Associate), Dr Craig Robertson (Head of Sustainability at AHMM) and Dr Esfandiar Burman (from The Bartlett School of Environment, Energy and Resources at UCL) share their experiences of working on the KTP. A KTP provides funding and supports organisations to collaborate with academics to solve a significant business challenge.

Filmed and edited by MIND THE FILM. Shoot on location at UCL's Bloomsbury campus and Allford Hall Monaghan Morris' (AHMM) headquarters in Clerkenwell, London.