How to transform the building industry in 30mins.
Updates on other forthcoming initiatives and events of the SUPERHOME movement
Beautiful Healthy Homes that also Heal the Planet.
Buildings that soak up carbon and combat climate change.
"Learnings from Japan on Beauty, Resilience + Sustainability"
“The Living House”
Rochelle Payne will talk on this demonstration project located in Beachlands, Auckland. The Living House is hoping to become the first Living Building Challenge certified home in New Zealand, also Targeting a 10 Homestar Built Rating and Passive House certification.
Bob Burnett of Bob Burnett Architecture (the founder of the SUPERHOME movement).
The 2018 SUPERHOME National tours. The housing performance dashboard.
The Superhome Movement is an industry-led group focused on creating transformative change in New Zealand home building. The movement provides open source sharing of new design ideas, technologies, and building techniques, connecting designers, builders, researchers, education providers, government, stakeholders, and leading experts in the industry to achieve collaboration toward higher building standards for all New Zealanders. The target is zero energy buildings by 2030. Our aim is to raise standards from the current code which is 20 years behind other OECD countries to elevate NZ as a world leader in new low carbon building, so that all new homes are healthier and more energy efficient, while also promoting environmental, economic, and socially sustainable practices.
Details on other presenters, topics will follow and be notified soon here and in the next newsletter.