SPACE Architects Join the Future Homes Hub

We are delighted to share that SPACE Architects has joined the Future Homes Hub as an Associate Member. This community of like-minded organisations is committed to tackling the urgent climate crisis, driving sustainability, and designing and building zero carbon homes.

The Future Homes Hub was established as a non-profit organisation to support the goals and objectives of the Future Homes Task Force in developing a long-term delivery plan for the sector in line with the Government’s legally binding net zero and wider environmental targets. They bring together experts from across the sector to work towards creating a sustainable future by driving innovation and collaboration. The Hub’s goal is to create sustainable and zero-carbon-ready homes and developments that are nature-rich, resilient, healthy, well-designed and aesthetically pleasing. The Hub's activities include developing technical solutions, supporting government in shaping the Future Homes standard, creating industry-led proposals for future policy, measuring sustainability performance, as well as facilitating sharing and learning across the sector.

At SPACE Architects, we are proud to be the Primary Design Partner for several major housebuilders in the UK. We believe that the Future Homes Hub is doing important work as the industry moves closer towards the introduction of the Future Homes Standard and we are excited to be associate members of this important and necessary organisation. As part of the Hub's shared knowledge and working groups, we look forward to contributing our expertise and collaborating with partners from various backgrounds to drive innovation, solutions and positive change.

Associate Architectural Technologist Liam Barnes said, "SPACE are thrilled to have become an Associate Member of the Future Homes Hub. By joining the Hub, we join a community of experts helping solve technical challenges and providing solutions to building low-carbon sustainable homes. We are looking forward to sharing knowledge and collaborating with fellow professionals to help shape the Future Homes Standard."