Anthony Lymath

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Award-winning architect and a former Technical Author for NBS/ RIBA Enterprises.

Anthony Lymath is an award winning architect and a former Technical Author for NBS/ RIBA Enterprises.

Beginning his career at Foster & Partners, he has run his own practice and worked in New Zealand on the Christchurch earthquake rebuild. 

He has written numerous articles for theNBS.com and other publications, on subjects as diverse as climate change, BIM and construction technology.

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15 June 2016 | by

While the three little pigs may not favour houses made of straw there's much to recommend straw bales in modern construction.We single out some exemplar projects and present a guide to using straw in your construction projects.

16 May 2016 | by

Much has been written about what ‘BIM’ is, how to do it and what the benefits are;  but how has the industry responded in practice? Anthony Lymath investigates.

18 April 2016 | by

This article explores the defining characteristics of the Passivhaus standard for eco-friendly dwellings.

29 March 2016 | by

A round-up of the gas safety regulations and guidance for those involved in residential development.

14 March 2016 | by

We take a look at some key documentation that will prove invaluable when planning the fire safety strategy of your next project.

07 January 2016 | by

We explore the practical realities of the modern smart city and how a range of technological innovations can help improve quality of life.

19 November 2015 | by

Besides the continual drive to build new dwellings (to ever most stringent thermal performance requirements), there is also a need to improve the existing building stock. However, with schemes such as the Green Deal and the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) in place, timber-framed houses are currently falling through something of a loophole. In this concluding part we focus on the insulation options in more detail with a focus on Building Regulations performance.


12 November 2015 | by

Besides the continual drive to build new dwellings (to ever most stringent thermal performance requirements), there is also a need to improve the existing building stock. However, with schemes such as the Green Deal and the Energy Companies Obligation (ECO) in place, timber-framed houses are currently falling through something of a loophole. The focus of this two-part article is to discuss the various insulation solutions available for this type of property.

22 October 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, choosing your first BIM project and evaluating its success.

27 August 2015 | by

2016 will see the mandatory use of Level 2 BIM on all public-funded projects. In this 10 part series we explore how your business can become BIM-ready. This time, the actual process of BIM implementation within your business.

20 August 2015 | by

Updates to Approved Documents from October will see the introduction of some ‘optional’ levels of performance, regional variations, and some requirements dictated by Local Planning Authorities.

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