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Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter

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1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Panovscott Architects: From little things

2 Aug 2019 at 1:00 pm AEST
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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$15

Join us as Anita Panov and Andrew Scott discuss their practice and how they make sense of our place in the world. And with that knowledge seek to work directly at the task of transforming the world They encounter. From little things; they started small through exigence but soon saw the virtue. Their projects, research and teaching tend towards this consideration; a point of reference which remains smart, human, just enough. Available on live stream and on-demand.

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2019 Emerging Architect Prize Tour – Tasmania

2 Sep 2019 at 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm AEST
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Free

Monique Woodward winner of the 2018 National Emerging Architect Prize will be joined by local emerging practitioners for a night of conversation, networking and provocation on the topic MORE FRONT THAN MYER. Monique is a passionate architect and great all-rounder who has demonstrated excellence in architectural practice, leadership, education and community engagement. Recognised for her entrepreneurial spirit and exploration of alternative modes of project procurement and advocacy, including self-initiated projects, the ‘If You Were Mine’ video series and WOWOWA’s recent…

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Climate Action: mitigation, adaptation, extra value creation – Hobart

30 Oct 2019 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Climate Action: In conversation with Prof.dr.ir. Andy van den Dobbelsteen Based on climate science, there is great urgency to deal with climate change, both by preparing for the changes that are already developing and in the sense of avoiding complete run-away climate change by the reduction of greenhouse gases, especially through energy transition of the built environment. Industries and the general public often see this climate action as problematic and costly, not understanding the benefits of a transition to a…

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CLIMATE ACTION: MITIGATION, ADAPTATION, EXTRA VALUE CREATION – LIVESTREAM

30 Oct 2019 at 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Climate Action: In conversation with Prof.dr.ir. Andy van den Dobbelsteen Based on climate science, there is great urgency to deal with climate change, both by preparing for the changes that are already developing and in the sense of avoiding complete run-away climate change by the reduction of greenhouse gases, especially through energy transition of the built environment. Industries and the general public often see this climate action as problematic and costly, not understanding the benefits of a transition to a…

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SUSTAINABLE URBANISM ROADSHOW: DOING DENSITY WELL

31 Oct 2019 at 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Free - bookings essential

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, The Australian National Outlook Report and many other studies all identify the built environment as a critical area in which to address the challenges of climate change and population growth. The Australian Institute of Architects has itself has endorsed ‘The Architects Declaration of a Climate Emergency’ noting the critical need to ‘strengthen work practices to create architecture and urbanism that has a more positive impact on the world around us’. As Hobart deals with a property boom and unprecedented levels…

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Air tightness and thermal bridging in buildings – Hobart

20 Nov 2019 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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$15

Presented by architect, Dr Detlev Geard, and builder and building thermal performance assessor, Paul Kleywegt. Achieving air tight or leak free building structures and eliminating thermal bridging of the building fabric is imperative to achieving a successful thermally comfortable building. If there are gaps in the building structure then uncontrolled amounts of external air (hot or cold) can infiltrate the building. A thermal bridge in the building structure increases infiltration losses and may cause surface condensation or interstitial condensation in…

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The Findlay Project: After Dinner Meet #15 – Hobart

11 Dec 2019 at 7:00 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Free

It is that time of year again...let's continue this year's conversations and have one final catch-up to conclude 2019. Join us for an evening of celebration + festive wreath making. New-comers are very welcome! Wednesday 11 December at the Australian Institute of Architects office, 7 pm for a 7.30 pm start. Wreath making - byo bush (we will have the basics) just bring a few of your favourite blooms to share + secateurs/scissors! Free + festive. RSVP to thefindlayproject@gmail.com.   The…

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Tasmanian Architecture Awards 2020: Presentation to the Jury & LIVESTREAM

29 Feb 2020 at 10:00 am - 4:45 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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Learn about the latest Tasmanian architecture projects as entrants in the Tasmanian Architecture Awards present their projects to the jury. Projects are entered in ten categories, ranging from houses to public architecture. Each project will have five minutes to explain their project, accompanied by a slide show presentation, and the jury will then follow with five minutes of questions.

The presentation will take place in Hobart, at the Tasmanian Chapter office. The presentations will start at 10:00 am, and end at 4:45 pm, with the full schedule of presentations available here. All are welcome to attend to watch the presentations at any time of the day.

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Moving Cities / Moving Communities – Hobart

12 Mar 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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$25 – $50

Beyond the most immediate concerns of dealing with the biophysical, social and material devastation of the 2019/2020 fire season there is clear need to acknowledge and develop a far more comprehensive and strategic approach of adapting to climate change in Australia over coming decades. Whatever the outcome of emissions reduction nationally and globally even more major challenges and risks are going to arrive. Architecture and planning practices have a significant role to play in responding to this prospect, but to…

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POSTPONED: Computational Design by Richard Maddock from Foster + Partners – LIVESTREAM

27 Mar 2020 at 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm AEDT
Australian Institute of Architects – Tasmania Chapter, 1/19 Hunter St
Hobart, Tasmania 7000 Australia
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$25 – $50

Richard is an Associate Partner at Foster + Partners in London and a member of the Specialist Modelling Group. Richard will be speaking on how he uses computational design in his role. This presentation will begin with a brief history of computational design, and then cover some recent Foster + Partners' projects that have only been made possible via computational design. Topics include dynamic relaxation, dynamic clustering, continuous robotic spatial printin, computational structural optimisation, and algorithmic thinking in design. This…

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