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Is passivehaus the future for Australian House Design?


Weathertex Event Is passivehaus the future for Australian House Design? Dick Clarke
Dick Clarke, Principal, Envirotecture
Dick Clarke is principal of Envirotecture, Architects and Building Designers who focus exclusively on ecologically sustainable and culturally appropriate buildings. Dick holds a Master of Sustainable Futures degree and is Director of Sustainability for the NSW Chapter of the Building Designers Association of Australia (BDAA). Dick is also a Past President and current Board Member of the Association of Building Sustainability Assessors (ABSA).
Andy Marlow, Director, Envirotecture
Andy Marlow, Director at Envirotecture, holds both Bachelors and Masters degrees in Architecture, is a certified Passive House Designer and is a regular speaker at conferences on sustainability, design principles, materials specification, community engagement and the future of our cities including the national conferences of both the Planning Institute of Australia and the Green Building Council of Australia. Previously Andy was a Board Member of the Australian Passive House Association, Co-Chair of the Australian Institute of Architects NSW Sustainability Committee and sits on the Property Council of Australia NSW Sustainability Committee and the Green Building Council of Australia NSW Industry Group.
Weathertex Is passivehaus the future for Australian House Design Andy

Dick and his colleagues at Envirotecture have carved out a reputation as the main ‘go-to’ Passive Haus design practice in NSW, having designed all three Certified Passive Haus projects built to date in NSW.

Europe is leading the way when it comes to the Passive Haus movement, but is it necessary in Australia? Tune in to find out… the answer may surprise you.

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