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Membership of the Passivhaus Trust is open to anyone and does not necessarily imply achievement of the Passivhaus standard for buildings or components, or attainment of Passivhaus-related qualifications. Members of the Passivhaus Trust listed include architects, consultants, contractors, manufacturers and other industry professionals, as well as individuals, who support the work of the Trust in promoting the Standard in the UK.

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Alexandra Hawkins

Macclesfield

BuildDesk Ltd

Bristol

Website: http://www.builddesk.co.uk/

Construction Scotland Innovation Centre

Glasgow

Construction Scotland Innovation Centre (CSIC) is Scotland’s innovation centre for construction and the built environment. We were established in 2014 to supercharge Scotland’s innovative business and academic ecosystem and help deliver sustainable economic, social, and environmental impact for Scotland. Our work revolves around supporting industry, educators, and learners to deliver transformational change to the construction sector. We also enable industry to find solutions to key challenges, provide open access to cutting-edge equipment at the innovation factory, as well as connecting and engaging networks through a rich events and educational programmes.

Website: https://www.cs-ic.org/innovationcentre/future-skills/passivhaus-transition-training/

Matsumoto Passivhaus

Nagano

Weng Zhenzhou

Bath

WonKy: People Architecture Cities

London

WonKy is the partnership of Wai-Piu Wong and Lefkos Kyriacou with over 30 years collective experience in practice. The directors have taught extensively at universities and schools and been involved in architectural research and publications. WonKy considers the role of architecture and design in the context of broader societal issues to address problems and find opportunities to create projects that can deliver a significant impact. The practice undertakes research to inform and underpin their projects with an emphasis on the city and urban issues, with people first. The practice collaborates with artists, collectives, community groups and local authorities. WonKy places social and environmental sustainability at the core of the design process with a growing focus on urban ecologies.

Website: https://wonky.space/