Today, sustainability is more than just about the environment. It's evolved into a more holistic practice, taking into consideration community, health, wellbeing, transparency and authenticity.
This is being translated more substantially into built environments putting more pressure on the building practitioner to be aware of and understand how to create environments that will stand up to this new holistic normal.
Sustainable Design Principles Event (SDPE) brings together information and projects to inspire you in your quest for better buildings.
This year, SDPE 2015 focuses on the UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing Building by Gehry Partners, looks at its sustainability, its challenges and how it will function as a space for the development of knowledge and ideas, serving the community for decades to come.
The event will be held in the auditorium of the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building in Ultimo on Thursday the 10th of September.
The event line up includes;
WELCOME by Eminè Mehmet, Founder of SDPE & Global Sustainability Ambassador
KEYNOTE SPEAKER Danielle McCartney Manager, Sustainability, University of Technology, Sydney
MC’s Barry Du Bois of The Living Room & Peter Colquhoun of Great Australian Sandcastles and Better Homes and Gardens
PANEL DISCUSSION Danielle McCartney - University of Technology Sydney, Ray Favetti - Favetti Group of Companies, Cathy Inglis - Brickworks & Stephen Giblett - Aecom
COST $35 includes GST 20% of all ticket sales will go to the Foundation For National Parks & Wildlife
DOOR PRIZE A personal tour for 5 people of The UTS Dr Chau Chak Wing Building by Gehry Partners
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View photos from last years event.
VIEW HIGHLIGHTS FROM LAST YEARS EVENT