Join AHMM for an in person event on ‘Lessons in Carbon’, hosted by NLA at The City Centre.
AHMM share the results of their Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) research collaboration with the UCL’s Institute of Environmental Design and Engineering (IEDE) examining net-zero carbon building in the context of a complex, mixed use, densely developed and commercially driven project.
Focusing on a real life case study, Canada Water Zone F, the session will examine how the design team are responding to the net-zero aspirations of the Client, British Land, in relation to a brief for a complex, mixed use, densely developed and commercially driven project, and reflect on key lessons learned for the design and development process.
We will explore the implications of delivering net zero for the development process, commercial viability, and for architecture more generally, and demonstrate how lessons learnt from this case study along with other independent research have been incorporated into a design guide for delivering net-zero carbon buildings.
Join us in person at The City Centre for drinks, networking, and lively exchange on the delivery of net-zero buildings for the future.
18:00 - Arrivals, drinks and networking
18:45 - Welcome from Chair
Catherine Staniland, Director, NLA
18:50 - Dr Craig Robertson
Head of Sustainability, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
18:55 - Dr Simon Hatherley
Architect and Researcher, UCL Institute for Environmental Design and Engineering
19:15 - Matt Murphy
Associate Director, Allford Hall Monaghan Morris
19:35 - Q&A & Discussion
20:00 - Event ends and further networking