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Wellbeing is very much in the public consciousness, but how are our increasing concerns for quality of life reflected in built environment standards? BREEAM, LEED and Passivhaus are accepted certifications for measuring the environmental performance and impact of a building, but are they serving us well? The WELL Building Standard provides a new tool to shift the focus to the occupant, documenting the impact that design has on the end-users’ physical and emotional wellbeing. Where is this leading us? Are industry measures, ratings and certifications helping to deliver healthier buildings which improve quality of life?
This future-focused roundtable brings together design practitioners and sustainability experts to interrogate existing certification and explore new alternative techniques for evaluating ‘healthy’ buildings.
Speakers at this event:
Anna Graaf, White Arkitekter
Flora Samuel, Professor of Architecture in the Built Environment at the new University of Reading School of Architecture; Chair of the Research and Innovation Group, RIBA
Alan Fogarty, Cundall
Russell Curtis, RCKa
Ian Bramwell, Mole Architects
Veronica Simpson, writer
Professor Erik Bichard, University of Salford; RealWorth
Chair: Dan Epstein, Useful Projects
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