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We believe that, as designers, we have a responsibility to seek solutions which involve the responsible use of both materials and energy resources.

We believe in sustainable architecture.

Mellor Architects seek to ensure that our buildings are designed to provide flexible, long-life solutions.

We aim to involve our clients in our search for sustainable solutions, a process which starts at the earliest briefing sessions and continues throughout the design and construction processes.

We support the protection of ecologically sensitive areas, the use of safe and sustainable materials and the implementation of resource-efficient solutions to preserve the maximum stock of natural resources for future generations.

These aims and ambitions are not an expedient reaction to today’s recently discovered interest in sustainability but have been a recurring thread throughout our work for many years.

Zero Carbon House, Elswick

Zero Carbon House, Elswick

A proposal of a new-build house on a green field site in Elswick, Lancashire which, if approved, would become the first zero carbon house on the Fylde coast. Intended to sit comfortably within its rural context, the proposals utilise vernacular materials to minimise carbon emissions during the building process.

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