Workshop Building, Inveresk Campus, LauncestonSummary:
Annual ASA Conference held at the University of Tasmania
This year's theme is Sustainability and Health: The nexus of carbon-neutral architecture and well-being.
Architecture is now seeing rapid change and innovation in a push to reduce our contribution to greenhouse gases and climate change; but has there been an equal focus on well-being in the built environment?
This November in Tasmania, we look at putting people back on the agenda. Are sustainable buildings also healthy for humans? And if not, what are we doing about it?
- Indoor and outdoor Environment Quality and Performance
- Architectural construction and technology
- Building physics (energy, sound, light, hygrothermal)
- Data driven design, Big Data, Parametric Design
- Architectural education
- Regenerative/reuse (permanence, transformation, contemporaneity)
- Practice/Practitioner, Community and Industry Engagement, applied science in practice
- The social side of sustainability; communicating architectural science to a wider audience.
- 29 November - Pre-conference workshop activities and Welcome reception in Rivers Edge Building
- 30 November - 1 December - Conference presentations
- 2 December - Social activities and field trips
For more pre-conference key dates please visit the conference event page
- Robert Morris-Nunn, Australian Architect
- Prof. Dr. Hartwig M. Künzel, Institute for Building Physics
- Tina Tam, Lovell Chen
- David Ritter, Atelier Ten
- Lindsay Clare, Clare Design
- Peter Walker, Cumulus
For more information and to reserve your spot , please contact the conference organiser.