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New Continuum courses released:

 Social Sustainability: Design that connects people

 social sustainabilitySocial Sustainability is about ensuring the sustenance of the diverse social relations that exist in healthy communities. This presentation will discuss the growing public policy emphasis on wellbeing and performance of public spaces, how we can respond, what this means for innovation in design practice, who is involved in delivering Social Sustainability, why it is important, and what happens if we don’t. 

ABIC Commercial Cost Plus Contract

ABIC In August, the Institute and Master Builders Australia released the new ABIC ‘Commercial Cost Plus 2014’ (CP-2014 C) contract, for commercial projects. This seminar explores the new concepts and key mechanisms of the ABIC CP-2014 C contract and its use for commercial projects and explores some issues relevant to cost plus projects.

Making Connections I

 ConnectionsLike “sustainability”, the term “collaboration” has started to become a catch cry for architects – we hear it all the time but what does it really mean? Making Connections examines projects and practices that generously engage with other ideas, people, environments and situations at a range of scales, to produce unexpected outcomes both formally and culturally.  

The Integrative Design Process- A new approach for sustainable design


Integrative design is distinguished from conventional design by its use of a highly collaborative, multidisciplinary project team. This presentation by Bill Reed introduces the practical concepts of integrating our technical perspectives with the living system processes that support life on Earth. The beginning of this work in the design and building professions is to start the process of integrating the inter-relationships between subsystems in the building and the natural systems of which the building is part.  



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