Need to take a look at some ASBN presentations from 2015? This year we expanded our online content to also include podcasts!

 

Spotlight Presentations

#001 Matthew Waltho – Renewal SA

Topic: Tonsley

 

#002 Rachel Catt – Williams Burton Leopardi

Topic: Loft of Seventh – Sustainable Multi Unit Residential

 

#003 Ross Harding – Finding Infinity, Nick Harding – Ha

Topic: Self Sufficiency and Culture

 

#004 Janelle Arbon – City of Adelaide

Topic: Connecting With Nature

 

#005 Graeme Hopkins – Fifth Creek Studio

Topic: Green Roofs and Walls

 

#006 Robbie Westley – Replas SA

Topic: Building Materials from Plastic

 

#007 Kathy Scarborough – KESAB

Topic: Waste in the Built Environment

 


 

Sustainable House Day Pecha Kucha

#001 Brett Aylen – TS4 Architecture

Topic: TS4 Living Houses

 

#002 Peter Morrison – Owner/Builder

Topic: Strawbilly House

 

#003 Mark Thomas – Goodhouse

Topic: Goodhouse #5 and #7

 

#004 Bohdan Dorniak – Bohdan Dorniak Architects

Topic: Peacock Residence

 

#005 Nathan McGair – Owner

Topic: Passive Resistance

 

#006 Jeremy Miller – Sustainability House

Topic: Emily St Residence

 


 

Podcasts

#001 Living Building Conversation #4 – Why Build Green?

 

Panel:

  • Aaron Davis – UniSA PhD Candidate
  • Pippa Buckberry – Senior Associate / Flightpath Architects
  • Sally Modystach – Director / Healthy Environs
  • Stuart Pope – Urban Designer / Adelaide City Council Design and Transport Division
  • Vik Kumar – Design Manager / Lend Lease

 

#002 Living Building Conversation #5 – Connecting With Nature

 

Panel:

  • Sheryn Pitman – Green Infrastructure Project Officer / Botanic Gardens,  Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources
  • Sharon Mackay – Strategic Designer, Engagement Specialist and Landscape Architect / Department of the Premier of the Cabinet
  • Ern Ackland – Director / Green Cities
  • Sarah Sutter – CEO / Nature Play SA
  • Bridgette Minuzzo – Freelance Visual Artist / Bridgette Minuzzo

 

#003 Living Building Conversation #6 – Waste in the Built Environment

 

Panel: