QODA were appointed to complete the extensive re-purposing works with BPA Architects and Kendal Kingscott at Building 29, University of Southampton. The building, which houses chemistry undergraduates and researchers, is part of the Highfield Campus, built in the 1960s and designed by Sir Basil Spence. The building demonstrates Spence’s signature ‘brutalist’ style of...Read More
At QODA, we believe sustainability is at the heart of what we do and appropriate use of technology minimises our impact on the environment.
We live on a small planet with finite resources and the decisions we take can have implications all around the globe. For today’s building design consultants, a keen understanding of sustainability is essential and we ensure this is an integral part of our service.
With every project we work on, we strive to balance the need to create a building that meets all our client’s expectations with the challenge of reducing the environmental impact of its construction and operation.
To demonstrate our ongoing commitment in this vital area, our team includes credited Low Carbon Consultants and Low Carbon Energy Assessors and we will continue to invest in employees who can enhance our reputation as a designer of highly sustainable buildings.
Featured sustainable work
St Aldate’s House PV Array
Scope: QODA were appointed to undertake a review of a number of possible sites for a significant PV array right in the heart of Oxford’s Conservation Area. The system is designed to compliment The Queen’s College’s ongoing sustainability strategy. Client: The Queen’s College Oxford Status: Complete
Latest news from QODA
QODA are delighted to have been a part of two of the winning entries for this year’s Georgian Society Architectural Awards. Chettle House is the winner of the Restoration of a Georgian Country House category 2019. Working with Adam Architecture, the house was returned to its original state, after it had been split...Read More