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WEBINAR: Nightingale 2.0 - Sustainability and Community

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Date | Monday 18 February 2019

LIVE stream | QLD 12:00pm - 1:00pm (AEST)

LIVE stream | VIC 1:00pm - 2:00pm

All are welcome. Please ensure you tune in LIVE at your equivalent time.

 

Join us for the first 2019 webinar in February and discouver Nightingale 2.0 in Fairfield Melbourne, the 2nd of the Nightingale model projects, and currently nearing completion. Nightingale Housing is leading a housing revolution in our cities by constructing multi-residential buildings that are financially, socially and environmentally sustainable. Guest Speake James will also touch on various European Housing models and what we can learn from them.

 

Guest Speaker  | James Legge

​​​​​​One of the founding directors of Six Degrees Architects, James has developed the practice, with his partners, over the past 27 years into a nationally recognised design firm. A formative project for the practice in the early 90’s was Meyers Place Bar, the first of Melbourne’s back lane bars. For this and other urban and hospitality projects Six Degrees is seen to have heavily influenced the fine grain urban design of the city of Melbourne over the past 20 years. Six Degrees is widely recognised for engaging and rich design in hospitality, multi-residential, tertiary education and civic fields, urban design, place-making and precinct development. The practice continues to develop ideas around human needs, community, sustainability, raw materiality and memory. James has been developing an expertise in the fostering of community through architecture, particularly in the multi-residential sphere. James has taught at the University of Melbourne, regularly undertakes guest lectures, both nationally and internationally, and has served on numerous AIA awards juries. James is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects and sits on the Board of the Human Research and Ethics Committee for the Eye & Ear Hospital, is a foundation member of the Nightingale Housing Board, and is currently leading the second Nightingale Model project.

 

AACA Competencies | Design

AACA Knowledge Domains | Social & Ethical and Sustainable Environment
If you have any further questions, please feel welcome to contact me on 07 3828 4104.

Ticket Costs

Member | $25
Non Member | $35

 
Contact
Australian Institute of Architects
Queensland Chapter
Level 1, 70 Merivale St Exhibition Street 
Brisbane
T| 07 3828 4100
E| joyce.liu@architecture.com.au