Green Sky Thinking

Director of Willis Newson, Jane Willis, will be speaking at an event hosted by AHMM at the Design Council in April. Find out more about the event below.

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AHMM Event Info:

Breakfast event: Innovative intelligence gatherers

Design Council, The Angel Building, 407 St John Street, EC1V 4AB 28 April 8:30-10:00am

As the meaning of ‘green’ widens to encompass factors affecting our wellbeing and productivity, we discover new ways to measure and record anything. A diverse group of innovative intelligence gatherers will tell us how we can harness data, architecture and aesthetics to influence wellbeing. Hosted by Dr Craig Robertson, AHMM’s Sustainability Specialist.



  • Ines Idzikowski Perez, UCL, will discuss work carried out in AHMM’s Morelands offices studying the relationship between architecture, energy and productivity.
  • Jane Willis, Willis Newson, will use innovative arts programming at Southmead Hospital, Bristol to tell us about engaging users and communities to create a strong sense of community, inclusion and social cohesion - and a building that is part of a city-wide cultural landscape.
  • George Bartley, Building Sustainability, will showcase data collection technology facilitating rich information collection, dissemination and provoking behaviour change through the ‘internet of things’.
  • Trevor Keeling, Buro Happold, will present research using multisensory wearable technology to measure physiological responses to the building environment - some of which was done at the Angel Building


For further information and to book a place email Claire Pollock