Webinar: Commercial Building Design in the Post Pandemic World, August 19, 3:30 pm AEST

  • 19 August 2021
  • Start time : 03:30 PM
  • End time : 05:30 PM
  • Event Host : The Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA)
Commercial Building Design in the Post Pandemic World
Event Description

Listen to experts from the field about their thoughts on commercial building design in the post pandemic world.

More than a year into the pandemic the challenges and uncertainties being faced by the industry still continue. As we navigate through the changing landscape, and look optimistically ahead to a post pandemic world, we will hear from four experts about the emerging themes in the design of commercial work spaces.


About The Architectural Science Association   (ANZAScA):

ASA (ANZAScA) is an international organization, the objective of which is to promote architectural science, theory and practice primarily in relation to teaching and research in institutions of higher education.

Participation in the Association’s activities is open to all whose work deals with architectural science and who share the Association’s objectives and attend its events.

  • Host Company/Organization Name
    • The Architectural Science Association (ANZAScA)
  • Speakers / Presenters
    • Julia McPherson: Julia is a strategist and workplace design specialist and the co-lead of Warren and Mahoney’s Interior and Workplace Sector. Julia has built a depth of experience across corporate and Government workplace, working on a considerable number of strategy, agile and co-location projects.

      Julia will share her experience about the latest trends in workplace design

      Kate Nason: Kate holds the role of Environmental Designer with the international environmental engineering firm, Atelier Ten. Kate is a passionate advocate of high-performance, healthy and resilient buildings. She is a certified Passive House Designer (PHI), Green Star Accredited Professional and Board Director at the Australian Passive House Association.

      Hard at work or hardly working? Kate will explore practical ways we can create workplaces that work harder - for us and our planet.

      Luke Wilson: Luke is an Associate with the Jackson Clement Burrows Architect. Luke is an emerging leader with a focus on the strategic development of projects in the concept design, master planning and schematic design phases. Working within commercial, multi residential and urban design, he seeks to understand client aspirations while building positive relationships with stakeholders.

      Luke will speak about changing market needs in the post pandemic office, the revival of the live-work precinct and what this means for our city and suburbs.

      Neil Wypior: Neil is the Director of EVO MEP that delivers prefabricated and modular building services to the construction industry. Driven by the desire to gain efficiencies in the construction industry, Neil entered the world of prefabrication and modular engineering over 20 years ago. Leveraging MMC and DfMA principles, Neil continually seeks opportunities to gain efficiencies via prefabrication and modularisation in construction.

      Neil will provide an insight into the world of prefabrication for Building Services.
  • Cost
    • FREE Event
  • Event type
    • Online/Webinar

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