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    Last spots available: Sustainability Connect, The Future of Sustainable Design launches in Melbourne

    Nathan Johnson


    Spots are running out fast for Architecture & Design’s exclusive invitation-only event, Sustainability Connect, The Future of Sustainable Design which is being held in Melbourne on 4 May.

    The unique round table program will gather Australia’s very-best multi-density architects, building designers, developers and project managers at the RACV to discover and share the current trends in Australia’s sustainable multi-residential building sector.

    Because of the nature of the event, which is based around rotating peer-to-peer discussion tables, there are only a very limited number of seats and about 90 per cent of the allocated quota is already filled..

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    The success of the event comes from its unique format:

    • The program is focused around a series of peer-to-peer discussion tables which encourages in-depth conversation among delegates
    • Each table will feature a different topic moderated by a subject expert
    • The discussions will focus on the future of Australia’s multi-density architecture space, specifically looking at the emerging trends, methods and technologies of environmentally sustainable design
    • Two keynote sessions and a panel led by key leaders in the industry

    CONFIRMED SPEAKERS
    Jeremy McLeod, Founder and Director, Breathe Architecture
    Professor Martyn Hook, Director, Iredale Pederson Hook Architects

    CONFIRMED PANELLISTS
    Ann Lau, Director, Hayball
    Dominiqu Hes, Senior Lecturer in Sustainable Architecture, RMIT University
    Craig Yelland, Director, Plus Architecture
    Michael Smith, Director, Atelier Red + Black Architects
    Sophie Cleland, Senior Associate, ARM Architecture

    EVENT DETAILS
    Wednesday 4 May, 9.00am – 3.00pm
    RACV Club, Melbourne

    For highlights from our previous Sydney event please visit: www.futureseries.co/esd-connect

    NATHAN JOHNSON

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