Building for Learning

Part Two 16 June 2021

Timber, a traditional material that's been utilised for building structures for thousands of years, is the material choice for many. Its sustainability, quality, strength, flexibility and speed of construction has made timber an attractive option.

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2.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 2 + 3 Points 2.00 Licensed Building Practitioner - Design 1 Points 20.00 NZRAB Points

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Let's dive into:
- The guidelines and design principles for schools
- Scientific research and studies into school design
- New design trends incl. high rise, modular construction and the move towards multi-generational learning communities
- The importance and benefits of natural ventilation and light for learning environments 
- Complete system solutions that create the ultimate school roof and comply with the Ministry of Education's DQLS (Designing Quality Learning Spaces) 
- How to design energy-efficient, high performing and healthy schools using the example of passive house schools in the UK and what we can learn from them

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