The NAA is hosting a lecture series as part of the RIBA’s Sustainable Autumn series, ‘People, Place, Planet’ around the theme of ‘Sustainable Materials’.
All of these lectures are online events and are free to attend. Tickets can be booked on Eventbrite by clicking the relevant link
Paul Kings from Kings & Dunne Architects in Norfolk, who specialise in conservation work, will discuss the sustainability of conservation. Paul will present some project examples focussing on how existing buildings, and in particular historic and listed buildings, can be a prime example of sustainable development. The careful management and adaptation of historic buildings is becoming a much more important topic in today’s world of energy conservation and sustainable design. How can we utilise historic buildings to suit modern needs whilst reducing energy use?
The Sustainability of Conservation
Presented by Paul Kings from Kings & Dunne Architects
Tuesday 10th November at 5pm.
Book tickets here
Information on how to join the lectures will be sent out prior to the events.
If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact the NAA at firstname.lastname@example.org