The Sustainable Building Innovation Laboratory (SBiLab) at RMIT University is holding an event called “Architecture of Goodness: Moving Beyond Sustainability” in Melbourne on Wednesday, February 5.
The event will feature:
Shirish Beri | Shirish Beri and Associates
Beri is the founder of Shirish Beri and Associates in Kolhapur, India. Beri’s works reflect his values and concerns in life, and have left a mark on modern Indian architecture since 1975. He has designed a number of campuses for national and regional level institutions for research, rehabilitation, health care and education. His work has won him a number of national and international recognitions.
Jane Toner | Biomimicry Australia
Toner is an architect, regenerative design consultant and Australia’s first certified biomimicry professional. She has a firm belief that nature has the answers to developing innovative sustainable design solutions that are “environmentally regenerative, socially just and joyous”.
Michael Nowlan | The Sociable Weaver
Nowlan heads up design at The Sociable Weaver and is co-founder of his family business Grain of Descent. With nature as his focus, he aims to “diffuse architecture with sensory experience and thoughtful design”.
Date: Wednesday, February 5
Venue: RMIT City Campus, Building 80, Level 11, Room 10
Click here to register and for more information.