The Passive House Season Series 4 – Schools and Community

Location: Online
Date: 22/07/2022
Time: 12pm-1.30pm
Cost: Free for PHINZ members, $20 for non-members

Event details

PHINZ is excited to present the fourth and last webinar in our Passive House Season – Schools and Community

When: 22nd July 2022, 12pm -1.30pm
Cost: Free for PHINZ members, $20 for non-members

The last of our Passive House Season series focuses on our public buildings for schools and community. Passive House is a standard for all our buildings – it is not just about houses. We have exactly the same need for good indoor air quality, thermal comfort and energy efficiency in buildings where many of us, including our children spend much of the day. 

Join us to hear about Australia’s first certified Passive House public building, the Glenroy Community Hub.
The centre includes a library as well as community, culture, and integrated services in an uplifting environment with its biophilic design forging a bond with nature. It also meets Living Building Challenge Petal Certification and Zero Energy Certification.

What are the opportunities for New Zealand schools and community spaces?

The speaker line up and content for Series 4 includes:

  • Bohemia Hookham and Kieran Leong of DesignInc : A Passive House for the public – The Glenroy Community Hub
  • Joe Lyth from Respond Architects: Windy Ridge School ventilation case study
  • Murray Robertson and Elrond Burrell: A feasibility study for Sacred Heart College’s new hub building.

Hosted by PHINZ, and including an introduction to our webinar sponsor Resene

2 PHI CPD points : V149_2022_NZ
15 NZRAB CPD – Design, Project Management, Core Professional Development
-PHINZ will apply to NZIA on your behalf, see registration form to insert NZRAB number

Photo: Glenroy Community Hub courtesy of Dianna Snape

If you are looking for more information and are a member of the Passive House Institute in Germany, you can find a webinar on Schools in the passipedia library called “Ventilation practices for schools and residential buildings”

This Webinar is Sponsored by