Kate Nason is the chairperson of Australian Passive House Association and is a passionate advocate of high-performance, healthy and resilient buildings.
With a background as an architect (ARBV) she has worked across multiple low-energy buildings including Certified Passive House projects such as the Monash Gillies Hall and several single residential homes utilising low carbon prefabricated construction systems.
She is a certified Passive House Designer (PHI), Green Star Accredited Professional and Chairperson at the Australian Passive House Association. She holds the role as Sustainability Advisor at Frasers Property Australia, focusing on buildings and master planned communities with leading sustainability objectives.
In this interview, Kate explains how airflow and good design all contribute to a healthy home.
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