Ed Horton, founding director of award-winning property developers, The Stable Group talks about sustainable building, limitations of the legacy approach to building, challenging convention, adaptive reuse of old buildings, the need for councils to incentivise sustainability, the embedded electricity network trend, and the housing market.
We speak with Paolo Bevilacqua, general manager, Sustainability and Real Utilities at Frasers Property Australia, on a range of topics including the increased focus on sustainability among developers, residential solar installations, energy security, geothermal energy, community microgrids and Frasers’ green power push.
Tone Wheeler principal and director of Environa Studio and passionate advocate for sustainable architecture.
Sandra Furtado principal and director of Sydney-based architecture studio Furtado Sullivan.
WT Partnership managing director Nick Deeks about the relationship between politics and infrastructure, the stagnation of our construction methods and how we can future-proof our cities.
Retired Architectus director Ross Styles about the future of architecture.
Amanda Visser, group manager – Sustainability at The Star about the casino’s sustainability journey.
Architectus director and justice space design expert Mark Wilde about the evolution of courthouse design.
AIA president-elect professor Helen Lochhead about the ‘latte line’ dividing Sydney.
Interview with Robin Mellon, ex-Green Building Council of Australia chief operating officer and now chief executive of Australia’s Supply Chain Sustainability School. Robin Mellon talks sustainability, planning, architecture and the impact of modern slavery on Australia’s built environment.