Koestler Trust: The UK's best know prison arts charity who support creative arts throughout Britain's
prisons. Ted Cullinan is a member of the Trustees Committee.
Architecture Education Network: The AEN intends to encourage, enable and facilitate the
teaching of the subject of architecture and the built environment as part of the national curriculum and out-of-school activities.
The Atlas Project: The Atlas Project has two objectives. First, to pioneer a low carbon toolkit to allow schools to identify the sources of their carbon emissions and take action to reduce them, and second, to promote policy and action in EU countries and other regions that help schools reduce their carbon footprints.
BREEAM: BRE Environmental Assessment - we have designed a range buildings rated 'Very Good', 'Excellent' and 'Outstanding'.
The Edge: After 10 years of debates, the Edge has established itself as a leading Edge group of architects,
engineers and friends who aim to affect Government Policy and inform its sponsoring institutions - CIBSE, ICE, RICS, RIBA and the Carbon Trust. Practice Director,
Robin Nicholson, is coordinator of the organisation.
The Design Quality Indicator: The DQI is a tool to establish the values and aspirations of a building with the central aim
of raising the quality and value of buildings. Cullinan Studio is one of the founding trailblazer practices. Practice Director, Robin Nicholson, was involved in
the DETR/DTI funded research project with a Sussex policy Research Unit team led by David Gann, and has since become a DQI trainer.
Low Carbon Buildings Directory:
An online education tool designed to build a new alliance of professional organisations, academics and practioners who are willing to share knowledge and experience relating
to the design and operational performance of low carbon buildings. Practice Director, Robin Nicholson in his role as Chair of the DCSF Zero Carbon Schools Task Force, presents on
the future work ahead.
Collaborative project between CIBSE and the RIBA to engage industry and government with closing the gap between forecast and actual CO2 emissions.
WRAP: Cullinan Studio signed up to the WRAP (Waste & Resources Action Programme) waste reduction commitment in 2012.
Good Homes Alliance: The GHA is a group of housing developers, building professionals and other industry supporters
whose aim is to close the gap between aspiration and reality by showing how to build and monitor good homes which are sustainable in the broadest sense. Cullinan Studio has been a
member since 2007.
Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code: The Mayor of London's Green Procurement Code is a free support
service for London based organisations committed to reducing their environmental impact through responsible purchasing. Cullinan Studio is a signatory.
London Remade: A not for profit business working in partnership to develop and improve waste management, recycling
and green procurement in London.
Islington Climate Change Partnership: A Partnership that consists of over 100 Islington
organisations from all sectors who have pledged to reduce their carbon dioxide emissions by 15% by 2010. Cullinan Studio signed up to the Partnership in 2009.
The Carbon Trust: Advice and solutions to reduce business carbon emissions. Contains practical advice
on how to reduce carbon footprints.
CO2 Balance: Carbon off-setting company who provide useful tools to calculate CO2 emissions
for public transport journeys by train and plane.
Lovely as a Tree: The website that tells you everything your need to know to be a more environmentally aware graphic
Global Generation: An organisation dedicated to giving young people opportunities to play a part in creating a sustainable future. Members from Cullinan Studio are active in volunteering for the charity.
Honey Club: An evolving and expanding network of bee caring communities in urban spaces.
Crisis at Christmas: Crisis opens centres from 23 - 30 December
every year to offer homeless and vulnerably-housed people companionship at a time of year which can be partcularly lonely for those without a home or family.
Members from Cullinan Studio have developed and co-ordinated centres in North London since 2005.
Red Bull Flug Tag: In the 2nd Red Bull Flug Tag event in London the 'Cullinan Bird' flew a record-breaking
40m over the Serpentine in Hyde Park in June 2008.