Building environmental engineer Patrick Bellew works with architects to create “green” buildings and is committed to sustainable design. The work of his practice, Atelier Ten, is thus rooted in vernacular design but extends into modernity through the use of state-of-the-art technology.
In his lecture, Patrick Bellew highlighted how the application of a variety of different ecological approaches has kept influencing his work, presenting recently completed sustainable building projects by Atelier Ten. One of his showcase projects is Singapore’s city park Gardens by the Bay which spans 101 hectares. Atelier Ten designed the entire building and energy services and provided consultancy for sustainability assessments of the master plan.
Atelier Ten was founded in 1990 in London by a team of progressive engineers and has many offices worldwide
Patrick Bellew, building environmental engineer, is a founding director of Atelier Ten in London. He was named a Royal Designer by the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce (RSA) and possesses more than thirty years’ experience in the design of high-performance buildings and systems. In addition, he is a visiting Professor at Yale University School of Architecture, an honorary fellow of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) and a fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering