Sal Wilson is an educator, architect, and passionate sustainability advocate. Sal teaches at The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment and the Architectural Association School of Architecture. She has worked across architectural and environmental design practices, including Atelier 10. She is co-founder of Home Energy Action Lab. But Sal has also undertaken her own retrofit project of her family’s home in Cornwall. In this episode we talk all things upskilling, supply chain dramas, the Whole Building Approach, and slugs.
Sal also mentioned Ecological Building Systems who supported her through her home retrofit with good advice, POWER who are running a collaborative retrofit workshop series of sessions with Home Energy Action Lab – you can sign up on their website to become a member to access these workshops, and Retrofit Action for Tomorrow who do wonderful work on the full scope of retrofit services with schools.