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The Sustainability Summit session will centre on the subsequent impact of Electric Vehicles on urban development and infrastructure.
Read about the Sustainability Summit session "Designing For Resilience and Disaster Planning – Why Sustainability Now Also Means Being Prepared."
Embodied carbon in the production of building materials accounts for 28 percent of emissions from the global building and construction sector. Architects, designers and specifiers have a critical role to play in addressing carbon emissions released before built assets are used by partnering with manufacturers and suppliers that have taken measurable steps to reduce emissions throughout their business operations.
In the upcoming Sustainability Summit session, the panel will zero in on integrating biophilic design principles into contemporary architecture.
Sustainability is one of the four strategic pillars of the Belgium-based Etex Group – a global industrial group and major supplier of lightweight construction solutions. The Sustainability Roadmap 2030 was announced in 2021, and outlines a clear strategy for the business to achieve firm targets over the coming years.
Sustainability certifications & compliance mean everything for your business. They demonstrate your commitment to environmental responsibility and social impact. Gain a competitive edge and build trust with stakeholders.
While wood might be considered one of the Earth's ultimate renewable resources, the focus on sustainable forestry and manufacturing practices has never been more important to ensure it remains that way. Timberlink, a local producer of sustainably grown Radiata Pine, holds a desire to manufacture world-class timber products that make a positive impact on future generations safely and efficiently.
"The Rise of New Multi-Residential Housing Models and How They Are Changing the Way We Live" will focus on the evolving landscape of multi-residential housing in Australia.
Embark on the journey to Brisbane 2032, where sports infrastructure design merges sustainability and social amenity for a remarkable legacy.
Sense & Sustainability – How 3 Women Changed Our Approach to Sustainability – zeroes in on the efforts of three female design luminaries.
The Sustainability Summit features a pivotal session titled "Why 10-Star Homes Will Become the Norm in Residential Design. But How to Get There? which will address a fundamental shift in the aspirations of homeowners and builders beyond the mandated 6-star energy rating stipulated by the National Construction Code.
Designed by public architecture and urban design specialists Lyons in association with Perth-based firms Silver Thomas Hanley, Officer Woods Architects, and The Fulcrum Agency, Boola Katitjin for Murdoch University in Perth is the first large-scale mass engineered timber structure in Western Australia. At home in the surrounding bush setting, the project’s unique timber design is Boola Katitjin’s most significant feature.