Hewitt Studios | Sustainability
Hewitt Studios are architects, product and urban designers based in Bath, UK. We are passionate advocates of sustainable architecture and socially-responsible design.
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Sustainability

EV Charging Hub Smart Energy PV

K:Port Woolwich Planning

We pleased to reveal that our first K:Port EV charging hub for Transport for London, ESB and Siemens in Woolwich has been submitted for planning approval.   The K:Port EV charging hub has been developed by Hewitt Studios to offer attractive, safe and sustainable neighbourhood EV charging...

Prefab Offsite Steel frame, laminated timber structure and plywood cladding

Education Estates and RIBA

Hewitt Studios have been invited to talk at upcoming events for both Education Estates in Manchester and the RIBA (YAPF) in Newcastle.   You can catch Senior Associate Paul Younger in Manchester on 16th October discussing innovation in offsite technologies and Associate Toby Smith in Newcastle on 24th October...

EV charging rapid hub delivery plan London

K:Port in Mayor’s Delivery Plan

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has set out his plans for a major expansion of London’s electric vehicle-charging network to ensure the capital continues to be one of the world’s leading zero-emission cities.   To tackle the twin dangers of London’s toxic air crisis and the...

TAAS Technology 2019

Partner John Hewitt will be talking about K:Port and the EV Challenge at the TaaS Technology Conference 2019 on Tuesday 9th July 2019.   The Transportation-as-a-Service (TaaS) Technology Conference is a two-day global conference and exhibition dedicated to covering the key topics of the Electric Vehicles (EVs), Energy/Battery...

SGS Wise

Head of STEAM

Hewitt Studios have submitted a planning application for a new specialist, sixth form centre in North Bristol - the SGS STEAM Centre. The proposal creates a high quality and adaptable environment, pushing modern ways of learning alongside a forward-thinking approach to sustainable design practice.   Sustainability and...

Milton Keynes Toby Smith

National Construction Expo

Hewitt Studios Associate Toby Smith will be speaking at the National Construction Expo at Milton Keynes on 1st May 2019.   Toby asks 'why are will still talking about sustainability' as a separate issue, arguing that it should be a fundamental part of every aspect of construction.   Register...

Paul Younger Hewitt Studios

Offsite Masterclass

Hewitt Studios Senior Associate Paul Younger will be giving an Explore Offsite Masterclass in the use of Structural Timber in Education Buildings at Futurebuild later today.   The Explore Offsite Masterclasses bring together a range of supply-chain specialists and industry leaders who provide expert information and seminars on using offsite...

SGS Berkeley Green Surface Design Award Plywood Sustainable Interior

Surface Design Winner

We're delighted that SGS Berkeley Green has been named Sustainable Interior of the Year in the 2019 Surface Design Awards.   The judges commented 'timber humanises the high-tech background and the pattern of diagonals makes the space unique and interesting'.   Congratulations to all winners including Kengo Kuma, Steve...

InnovateUK Funding

Hewitt Studios have been awarded grant funding by the InnovateUK Technology Strategy Board to develop a feasibility study for Electric vehicle charging for public spaces based on our K:Port concept.   Hewitt Studios are leading a consortium of expert EV and energy industry partners which includes ESB Energy, Cenex and...

KPort Sustainable EV Charging Hub

UoB Innovation Event

Hewitt Studios are speaking at an event focused on Innovation and growth in Sustainable Technology for the University of Bath on 17th January 2019.   The event is part of the University's Looking Further series, which brings together industry, academia and government to discuss collaborative approaches to solving big...