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2018 South Pacific Passive House Conference The South Pacific Passive House Conference is returning to Melbourne in
2018 South Pacific Passive House Conference
This is Australasia’s premier conference for Passive House design. The event is a joint effort of the Australian Passive House Association and the Passive House Institute New Zealand, alternating between Australia and New Zealand to serve regional audiences.
The conference will be held over Friday 4th and Saturday 5th May 2018, with Workshops, Masterclasses and Site Tours proposed for the days before and after.
A Gala Dinner on Friday night will showcase the best of Melbourne, to be held at an iconic location and attended by many of the Conference delegates.
Energy efficient construction has never been so easy– and this is due to the increasing availability of suitable components. The key focus at the South Pacific Passive House Conference in Melbourne will be on the latest developments in the local market, to both develop suitable products and methodologies, and to build capacity and utilize existing methods of construction.
Registrations close on the 30th of April.
Date: 3rd-7th of May
Venue: NAB 700 Burke Street, Melbourne 3000 VIC
may 3 (Thursday) - 7 (Monday)
May GSLF "What is a Sustainable Architect?" OVERVIEW: You are invited to oversee an impromptu discussion at Brisbane City Council's Community Meeting Room. The
May GSLF “What is a Sustainable Architect?”
You are invited to oversee an impromptu discussion at Brisbane City Council’s Community Meeting Room.
The first AGDF Green Speed Learning Forum for 2018 will trial a new ‘panel discussion’ format where you get the chance to ask industry experts the big questions in front of an engaged audience.
What is a Sustainable Architect? The panel aims to reach a consensus and provide a succinct answer to this question after some general comments and discussion.
- Obtain new knowledge and be able to understand: what a sustainable architect is, what they do that is different from other architects, and what they strive to achieve.
- Share architectural experience and knowledge of:sustainable architecture amongst recognised local practitioners
- Contribute to a better understanding (improved) skills of: what challenges sustainable architects currently face in the industry
- Obtain new knowledge in relation to: local sustainble projects, techniques and technologies
- Improved skills through a better understanding of: sustainable architecture, sustainable practitioners
Mediator: Mark Thomson, Eco Effective Solutions
Panel: Julie Borgelt, Borgelt and Craig; Mick Hellen, Aardvark; Jim Gall, Gall Architecture; Ronny Matzat, Dsgn Kartell; Paul Trotter, President, Australian Institute of Architects.
Date & Time: 12:30pm – 1:15pm, 9th May
Venue: Community Meeting Room, Brisbane Square Library, Ground Floor, 266 George St Brisbane CBD, QLD 4000
(Wednesday) 12:30 pm - 1:15 pm
wed16may6:00 pm8:00 pmFeatured2018 Banksia Awards Information Night6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST Griffith University EcoCentre - Building N68, 170 Kessels Rd Event Organized By: Australian Green Development Forum
2018 Banksia Awards Information Night The Banksia Awards are the most prestigious and longest running sustainability awards
2018 Banksia Awards Information Night
Light supper is provided and RSVP is essential.
Date: 6-8pm, 16th May
Venue: Griffith University EcoCentre, Building N68, 170 Kessels Rd, Nathan
(Wednesday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
Griffith University EcoCentre - Building N68
170 Kessels Rd
Green Building Day 2018 - Sydney Event This year’s Green Building Day focuses on what we need
Green Building Day 2018 – Sydney Event
Date: 24th of May
Venue: Tower Three, Level 14, International Towers, 300 Barangaroo Avenue, Sydney NSW 2000
All Day (Thursday)
Green Building Day 2018 - Melbourne This year’s Green Building Day focuses on what we need to
Green Building Day 2018 – Melbourne
Date: 29th of May
Venue: ANZ Centre, 833 Collins Street, Docklands 3008
All Day (Tuesday)