Nov 2021

Carbon Counts
01/07/2021 - 01/11/2021

Manchester Technology Centre
103, Oxford House
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M1 7ED

Free

 

Carbon Counts is an exhibition about the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used in architecture today. In collaboration with Bruntwood, this striking installation is now open to the public in the Manchester Technology Centre, in the heart of Manchester's Oxford Road Corridor, a few doors from the new Circle Square neighbourhood.

The exhibition draws together key metrics for ten materials, including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber, representing the embodied carbon impacts of each one.  The embodied carbon of a building is

the carbon emitted in the processes involved in the creation of these materials -  from the extraction, processing, manufacture and packaging of the materials; their transport to and construction on site, maintenance over their life span and what happens to them after the building is demolished.

By understanding the embodied and emitted carbon in the construction and lifecycle of a building, we are able to make better informed choices to improve the impact of the buildings we create on the environment.

Carbon Counts
Oct 2021

Carbon Counts
01/07/2021 - 01/11/2021

Manchester Technology Centre
103, Oxford House
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M1 7ED

Free

 

Carbon Counts is an exhibition about the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used in architecture today. In collaboration with Bruntwood, this striking installation is now open to the public in the Manchester Technology Centre, in the heart of Manchester's Oxford Road Corridor, a few doors from the new Circle Square neighbourhood.

The exhibition draws together key metrics for ten materials, including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber, representing the embodied carbon impacts of each one.  The embodied carbon of a building is

the carbon emitted in the processes involved in the creation of these materials -  from the extraction, processing, manufacture and packaging of the materials; their transport to and construction on site, maintenance over their life span and what happens to them after the building is demolished.

By understanding the embodied and emitted carbon in the construction and lifecycle of a building, we are able to make better informed choices to improve the impact of the buildings we create on the environment.

Carbon Counts
Sep 2021

Carbon Counts
01/07/2021 - 01/11/2021

Manchester Technology Centre
103, Oxford House
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M1 7ED

Free

 

Carbon Counts is an exhibition about the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used in architecture today. In collaboration with Bruntwood, this striking installation is now open to the public in the Manchester Technology Centre, in the heart of Manchester's Oxford Road Corridor, a few doors from the new Circle Square neighbourhood.

The exhibition draws together key metrics for ten materials, including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber, representing the embodied carbon impacts of each one.  The embodied carbon of a building is

the carbon emitted in the processes involved in the creation of these materials -  from the extraction, processing, manufacture and packaging of the materials; their transport to and construction on site, maintenance over their life span and what happens to them after the building is demolished.

By understanding the embodied and emitted carbon in the construction and lifecycle of a building, we are able to make better informed choices to improve the impact of the buildings we create on the environment.

Carbon Counts
Aug 2021

Carbon Counts
01/07/2021 - 01/11/2021

Manchester Technology Centre
103, Oxford House
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M1 7ED

Free

 

Carbon Counts is an exhibition about the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used in architecture today. In collaboration with Bruntwood, this striking installation is now open to the public in the Manchester Technology Centre, in the heart of Manchester's Oxford Road Corridor, a few doors from the new Circle Square neighbourhood.

The exhibition draws together key metrics for ten materials, including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber, representing the embodied carbon impacts of each one.  The embodied carbon of a building is

the carbon emitted in the processes involved in the creation of these materials -  from the extraction, processing, manufacture and packaging of the materials; their transport to and construction on site, maintenance over their life span and what happens to them after the building is demolished.

By understanding the embodied and emitted carbon in the construction and lifecycle of a building, we are able to make better informed choices to improve the impact of the buildings we create on the environment.

Carbon Counts
Jul 2021

Carbon Counts
01/07/2021 - 01/11/2021

Manchester Technology Centre
103, Oxford House
Oxford Rd
Manchester
M1 7ED

Free

 

Carbon Counts is an exhibition about the embodied carbon of some of the most common building materials used in architecture today. In collaboration with Bruntwood, this striking installation is now open to the public in the Manchester Technology Centre, in the heart of Manchester's Oxford Road Corridor, a few doors from the new Circle Square neighbourhood.

The exhibition draws together key metrics for ten materials, including steel, aluminium, concrete and timber, representing the embodied carbon impacts of each one.  The embodied carbon of a building is

the carbon emitted in the processes involved in the creation of these materials -  from the extraction, processing, manufacture and packaging of the materials; their transport to and construction on site, maintenance over their life span and what happens to them after the building is demolished.

By understanding the embodied and emitted carbon in the construction and lifecycle of a building, we are able to make better informed choices to improve the impact of the buildings we create on the environment.

Carbon Counts