How occupants use a building has a dramatic effect on the building’s efficiency. Architectural practice, Black, has developed a new approach to building design which they call TANSA (towards a new sustainable architecture) to try to address this issue. Find out how they do this in practice by attending a site visit/networking event at CAFOD’s new premises in London on Thursday 27 October.
Speakers include: Tony Duckworth of Black; product design researcher Dan Lockton; and Luke Nicholson, director of Carbon Culture, who will talk about the company’s Community Platform – a collaborative, user-centred approach supported by an IT infrastructure.
This event is organised by Sponge, the networking group for young professionals. To book a place (£5 on the door) contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Sustainability Now! is a free online conference that’s growing in popularity. This year’s event will feature:
Plus in-depth analysis from Low Carbon Workplace, Energy Saving Trust and the Global Reporting Initiative on how to close the performance gap of buildings in use.