Living Building Challenge: capital city workshops and new guidelines

Living Building ChallengeThe Living Building Challenge – ‘the built environment’s most rigorous performance standard’ – is once again offering the Living Building Challenge 3.0 workshop – but this time, with Australian case studies. This all-day course provides an in-depth look at the Living Building Challenge, from high-level philosophy to the detail of the certification process. This course would be of value to anyone looking to make a difference in the built environment: design professionals, contractors, students, developers, owners, government officials, and employees of public agencies.

Over the course of the day, participants will:
– Identify the key components of the Living Building Challenge
– Discuss the rationale for restorative design principles
– Understand successful strategies for compliance with each performance area
– Recognise financial, regulatory and behavioural barriers and incentives related to high performance design
– Describe the Living Building Challenge Community resources and certification process

Melbourne:
Thursday 10th of March

Sydney:
Monday 21st of March

Brisbane:
Tuesday 29th of March

The cost of the course (including ticket fees) is:
Members: $519.95
Non-members: $774.95
Students: $53.24

Please direct queries to admin@living-future.org.au

In addition, new guidelines have been released to assist in designing healthy,  regenerative buildings.

One thought on “Living Building Challenge: capital city workshops and new guidelines

  1. The Living Building Challenge promotes the use of brown field sites and the reuse of existing buildings. It also promotes connection to place and people. I think it could be useful to prepare a companion document – possibly linked to each of the relevant petals – that shows how heritage fits into this approach and how the LBC can be applied to a heritage building.

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