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When
  • 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
  • 10 March 2020
Where
  • 26 Symonds Street
  • University of Auckland
  • Auckland

Green Homes: a Crash Course on Sustainable Design

Haere mai. We held a panel session on how we can build better homes with better environmental outcomes.

Haere mai. The School of Architecture held a panel session on how we can build better homes with better environmental outcomes, co-hosted by NZGBC Future Thinkers, The Sustainable Future Collective and the Future Cities Research Hub.

We had an impressive panel lined up to discuss sustainable design, with experts on energy use, materials choice, construction and demolition waste, water management, and environmental certification schemes.

This was a great chance to learn, network, and get stuck in to 2020 armed with some new knowledge. Following the panel discussion, there was plenty of time to chat and meet new people.

The Sustainable Future Collective is a multidisciplinary student-led group at the University of Auckland. SFC is passionate about creating an inclusive community on and off campus where students can engage with sustainability in their personal and professional lives. Want to hear more about events happening from us? Head to our page.

NZGBC Future Thinkers is a young professionals and students group, connecting people in the building industry who have an interest in a sustainable future for our urban environments. Check out our website for information on joining.

The Future Cities Research Hub is part of the School of Architecture & Planning at the University of Auckland and brings together researchers from disciplines concerned with sustainable built environments. With a future focus, its aim is to find innovative solutions to urban issues across the building, neighbourhood and city scales.

Thank you to our sponsors, Bayleys Real Estate and Greenstone Group for supporting NZGBC Future Thinkers who helped make this event happen.

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Pictures from the evening


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