What really makes a home healthy?
Note new date due to COVID19
Wednesday 3rd March 2021
12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
TSB Space, Tūranga, 60 Cathedral Square, Christchurch
Principal Sponsor: Tether NZ
Thanks also to our Primary Superhome Movement Partner: NK windows
Design Professionals are at the forefront of residential design. There is an increasing emphasis and awareness that those designs need to be healthy for people and planet. The Superhome Movement’s Healthy Home Design Guide assists design professionals by providing a comprehensive reference document document for this purpose. Come and hear why & how!
CPD points available from ADNZ & NZIA.
We are also grateful for support from Tūranga and Christchurch City Council.
All welcome: Light lunch will be provided.
Please register for catering purposes.
12:00 - Event opens. Light lunch and networking
12:30 - Event begins
13:20 - Opportunities for Q&A
13:30 - Finish
Katheren Leitner, the Chief Executive of Asthma NZ, talks about why healthy homes are so important and about the cost of substandard housing to the community and country. Her message is incredibly powerful and well worth listening to. She has written the foreword to the guide.
Damien McGill from The Healthy Home Cooperation and was the Project Manager/Editor for the guide. He will give a brief overview of the Healthy Home Design Guide.
Bob Burnett is the Co-founder of the Superhome Movement, and covers the importance super design plays in making a home healthy.
Brandon van Blerk is from Tether NZ. Brandon provides monitoring solutions that provide a feedback loop to monitor whether the design actually does what it says on the tin. He will talk about why ongoing monitoring is so important for Healthy Homes and highlight his products.Go back