Live Learning Series 3: The Value of Green Infrastructure in Architectural Design
We’re excited to launch series 3 of our live online learning sessions, following lots of positive feedback and with sessions becoming more popular!
For the next 5 weeks we’ll focus on the value of living walls in architectural design, taking a detailed look at how green infrastructure and vertical gardens can impact the following areas:
- Air quality
- Temperature regulation
- Structural protection
- Economy and property value
- Urban biodiversity and ecology
Each session will be with Steve McIntyre at 11:00 on a different day each week and will last 20 minutes, with a live Q&A at the end of each (questions and ideas very much welcome).
If you’d like to keep up-to-date with what’s on, you can subscribe here to receive weekly updates on the upcoming events that week.
Take a look at the schedule below to see what topics we’ll be covering and how you can register.
Hope you’re able to join us live soon!
The Value of Green Infrastructure in Architectural Design
The Role of a Cities Infrastructure in Improving Urban Air Quality
Focusing on the ability of nature to tackle air pollution, and how we're able to harness that power to create living systems that actively improve the air quality.
Image is of The Mailbox
How We Can Build Back Greener and Smarter
The importance of not only building 'greener', but building smarter: creating buildings that are better equipped and more efficient in use, including in-built temperature regulation, structural protection and improved acoustic performance.
Image is of University of Leicester
An Introduction to Policy, Planning and Property Value with Green Infrastructure
Looking at the policies and planning regulations surrounding green infrastructure and developments, and the impact of a building's environmental performance on property value.
Image is of The Mailbox
The 'Biophilia Effect' and How it Affects Design
Discussing how biophilia should determine the way we design, and how we can use architecture to provide measurable positive impacts societally, building healthy communities and creating green spaces that promote well-being.
Image from SpaceHub Design of our project at London Wall Place
Improving Urban Biodiversity and Ecology with Green Infrastructure
Creating vertical gardens that increase biodiversity and provide valuable ecological benefits in areas where space is at a premium and nature has been constructed out. We'll look at the scope we have in different green infrastructure systems to make a measurable difference.
Image is of University of Edinburgh
If you have a topic you'd like us to cover in future series please do let us know. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call on +44 01243 545818.