Hear from industry leaders making waves in architecture, design and construction
Green building and passive house. A look at ways we can build more sustainably and more green. Lets dispel the myth that Passive House is expensive and lets look at various products that are sustainable.
Whether it’s maximising versatility, ensuring longevity, embracing a unique perspective or utilising a never before seen approach, the world of high performing architecture is a treasure trove just waiting to be discovered.
As architects, we are given the unique opportunity to envision a space that does not currently exist; to create spaces that look to the future, that exceed expectations and that transcend aesthetics, budget and, most excitingly, the status quo.
Elrond discusses his journey from the UK to NZ and how he first got involved in Passive House. He explains the key design aspects and requirements of a Passive House and what part his current practice plays in this space.
Creating architecture from architecture, taking advantage of the life a space has already lived brings a new energy, perspective and material element to any undertaking.
What if, at the core of every project, we considered the relationship between location and geography, cultural contingencies, and our next innovative move at the very beginning?
In this session we will share expertise on Passive House performance for commercial and multi-storey façades and waterproofing systems and solutions.
We hear from industry professionals will share their expertise on decorative wall linings, façade screening, Passive House performance for commercial and multi-storey façades and waterproofing systems and solutions.
In this NOTION Flo event, we will be delving into what it takes to improve and maximise the acoustic and thermal performance of your next build.
Designing and building homes that promote health, comfort, and longevity are paramount in today's architecture.
Kinesthetics constitute a layer of experience which, while ephemeral and barely conscious, is deeply informative of the conception and configuration of building space.
Synesthetic design strives to develop concepts that systematically incorporate all five senses, but what if we took it one step further?