Introducing our latest members!

Welcome new AECB members!

We are pleased to welcome our latest members . You will see that Field Green Design and Kiwi & Copper have a link to the their entry in our Member Directory.  This is because they have updated their profile which makes it more searchable and allows for much more information and photos than a basic listing.  This is a free listing for members who have joined as a company and can updated by logging into  If you need a reminder of your log in details to do this please email here.

Find out more about some of our members below;


Field Green Design, Manchester

Greg says: “Field Green Design is a CIAT Registered Architectural Practice specialising in delivering bespoke residential dwellings whilst embracing sustainable solutions.  The practice offers a wide range of services, from Architectural Design & Working Drawings, to Contract Administration & Project Co-ordination; implementing a personalised service tailored to each project.  We have joined AECB to open up our network and connect with likeminded companies who share a similar focus.”


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Richard Gambold, Pembrokeshire

Richard says: “I initially became interested in PassivHaus development whilst investigating options for a self build project on a plot of land I had purchased in Pembrokeshire.  In 2015 I contacted a local architect who is an AECB member.  I worked closely with him and developed a contemporary PassivHaus scheme for the proposed dwelling.  This initial scheme was not received well by some members of the local community and was refused planning permission.  My subsequent appeal was also dismissed.  A revised scheme has now been approved for the new dwelling which is named “Yn y Bryn”, Welsh for “in the hill”, as the lower basement level and part of the middle storey are built into the steeply sloping hillside.  I expect to start construction in Q1 2017 and intend to carry out PassivHaus certification of the completed dwelling.

Arianna Granziera, Kent

Arianna says: “We recently bought a 1950s three bedroom ex-council house and are planning to eco renovate it with particular attention to natural materials, healthy living, waste reduction and energy efficiency. We are currently putting together a team to work on it.  I joined the aecb to tap into the association’s knowledge and expertise on the subject and be inspired by like-minded people.” 


More new members below:


Axis Energy, London

Ian Mills, London

Matt Clarke, Kent

MA+D Ltd, East Sussex

Kiwi & Copper, Londonderry

Andrew PR Love ltd, Norfolk

Raise Architects, Cheshire

Local Planning Services, Essex

Alex Tate, Cambs

Matthew Elliott, Manchester

Deborah Wartenberg, London

Ken Wingate, Hampshire

George Bancila, Herts

Tina Ttofa, Herts

Tom Heel, Oxfordshire

Caterina Mangia, London

Vlado Kabat, Norfolk

David Fields, Cornwall

Jonathan Perry, Devon