Integrated building design: 21st century challenges
29 September 2020
UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering are pleased to announce a new seminar series for 2020-21. Integrated building design: 21st century challenges.
Climate change, resource efficiency, health and wellbeing, social equity, smart buildings. Our world is changing rapidly; we are constantly facing unprecedented challenges and new opportunities to overcome them. How can building design adapt to these transformations? How can buildings improve the world we live in?
The UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering is pleased to announce a series of free webinars on integrated building design in the context of 21st century challenges. Please join us!
We will present the state of the art in the field through a wide range of case studies of detailed integrated architectural, environmental and structural design (exemplar buildings). Our speakers are drawn from industry and academia, thus offering multiple perspectives, ranging from fundamental theoretical principles to practical, real-world considerations.
All webinars will take place between 1 pm to 2 pm (UTC+1) via Zoom. Each webinar will feature presentations by industry and academic experts, followed by an interactive Q&A session. You can register for free using the links for each webinar below. Following registration, you will receive joining instructions and reminders about the event. Recordings of the webinars will be available online after the event.
With speakers from Buro Happold and Hawkins\Brown:
- Euan Macdonald (Hawkins\Brown)
- Mark Dowson (Buro Happold)
- Kenichi Hamada (Buro Happold)
- Craig Robertson (Associate Director, AHMM)
- Steve Taylor (Associate & Head of Sustainability, AHMM)
We will be continuing our series in January 2021 with a seminar on the last Friday of every month with speakers from Foster + Partners, Arup and many more.
Dr Richard Hobday, Integrated Building Design and Infection Control: Past, Present and Future - Friday 29 January
Speaker: Dr Richard Hobday, independent researcher and author