Asbn Living Building Conversation #10

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Mâché says
Many of the built environments we are exposed to regularly provide substandard conditions for human health and wellbeing. A growing body of research supports that many factors within our physical built environments can have a significant impact on day to day health and productivity. Often interaction with these places can greatly diminish human potential, which in turn can have flow on effects on our communities, environment and economies.

The Living Building Challenge asks us to focus on creating robust, healthy spaces that can that are designed to optimise our wellbeing. Discussing how we can design environments which support human health, wellbeing and comfort is the main aim of our next Living Building Conversation.
Join us on the 5th of October to discuss approaches, drivers, barriers and the delivery of built environments for wellbeing with our esteemed panel.

Our Panel
- Peter Semple - Director of Peter Semple Landscape Architecture
- Dr Kathleen Connellan - Senior Lecturer at UniSA School of Art, Architecture and Design
- Rick Hopton – Building Biologist & Health Consultant at the Centre of Health and Wellbeing

Our panel will be happy to take questions, so if their is something you would like to discuss, come along and be ready to ask!


Podcast Sponsor - Adelaide and Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resources Management Board

Media Partner - Environmental & Science Media

Check out our past Living Building Conversations on our Soundcloud channel -
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By: Mâché

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