Liverpool School of Architecture: Carbon Counts Exhibition - 1 February - May 2022

10:00am - 4:00pm / Tuesday 1st February 2022 / Venue: Architecture
Type: Exhibition / Category: Department
  • Suitable for: All welcome.
  • Admission: Free
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The Liverpool School of Architecture has been revealed as the next host of an exhibition that explores the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used today.
A concept of Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios, who have been at the forefront of low carbon architecture for over 40 years, Carbon Counts is a striking installation which draws together key metrics for ten materials – including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber – to illustrate the embodied carbon impacts of each.

The exhibition, which is currently based in Manchester, will relocate to Liverpool on 1st February 2022, thanks to a collaboration between FCBStudios, the Liverpool School of Architecture and LSA Climate Crisis – the School’s student climate action group – with support from the University of Liverpool and the School of the Arts.

All welcome!