2021 Global Architecture Exchanges: Climate change/sustainability – Topic 1, Session 2 of 2



This is Session 2 of 2 for Topic 1 in the 2021 Global Architecture Exchanges series: Climate change/sustainability – How do architects respond to climate emergency?

Topic 1, Session 2 was held on 10 June 2021. This session includes speakers from Australia, China, South Korea, Ireland, Japan, the UK, New Zealand

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 13 depicts that “Climate change is a global challenge that affects everyone, everywhere.” Explore how architects in different countries are tackling this universal challenge. How do architects across the world include sustainability and reducing the effect of climate change in their designs? We are discussing not only the practical steps and measures architects need to consider when designing a new building or spaces but also the links between technology, circular economy and architecture.

Programme:
0:05:12 The main issues of green building under the carbon neutral target
The Architectural Society of China
JIAO Jian – Deputy Chief Architect, Beijing Institute of Architecture Design
(Group) Co., Ltd; Director, Universal design research centre and Executive Vice Director, Beijing

0:12:16 Disaster Response Shelter
Korean Institute of Architects
Kwan-Joo Park – Founder, TAD Corporation and Executive Director of TAARCHITECTS

0:20:18 RAIA Guide: Sustainable Design Pathways
The Royal Institute of the Architects in Ireland
Sarah O’Dwyer – Architect, lecturer and Programme Leader of the distance learning “Environmental Design of Buildings” MSc at Cardiff University

0:28:05 Mode change optimisation
Japan Institute of Architects
Ar. Yuji Iwahashi – Director, Nihon Sekkei

0:36:12 From Retrofit to Tower – a closer look at three key projects on our pathways to a more sustainable building industry
Royal Institute of British Architects
Amy Holtz – Director and Head of Sustainability, PLP Architecture

0:44:57 Scion Innovation Hub – Te Whare Nui o Tuteata
New Zealand Institute of Architects
Jeremy Smith – Design Director, Irving Smith Architects

0:54:28 Future proof architecture
Royal Institute of Dutch Architects
Menno Rubbens – Project Developer and Director, cepezedprojects

Visit our website to learn more about the 2021 Global Architecture Exchanges sessions: [LINK]
View Session 1 here: https://youtu.be/W5i2kLCQJrI

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