Sustainability in Architecture: Module 3 - Residential part 2By
continuing professional development
Aug. 28, 2014
9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
3 Manning Street, Potts Point 2011
Presenter: David Bennett, architect, founder of Shaping Suburbia and co-chair of the NSW Chapter’s Sustainability Committee.
This is the third of three modules exploring sustainability in architecture. Module 3 focuses on residential architecture and the role of "active" systems in particular, as these systems play out through a series of residential case studies in NSW.
What is the role of "active" systems in the design of ecologically intelligent residential architecture? What are the options when it comes to renewable s like solar, wind and hydro? What is best practice when it comes to heating, cooling and the use of PV Panels? What are some alternative solutions to achieve highly efficient residential architecture?
3 formal CPD points | 3 GBCA green points
$75 Member | $65 A+ member | $50 Graduate member | $40 SONA member | $110 Non-member | $50 Student non-member.
$75 Member | $65 A+ member | $50 Graduate member | $40 SONA member | $110 Non-member | $50 Student n
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