Fireside Chat: More Bang for Your Buck in Tomorrow’s Carbon Currency
Achieving net zero is now high on everyone’s agenda, but does it have to cost the earth? Waterman, Gardiner & Theobald, Stanhope and Make Architects shed light on how best to spend your budget when designing zero carbon buildings in an up-coming fireside chat.
The panel promises to take a fascinating look at the pitfalls of designing for zero carbon, alongside offering an expert view of future trends for the UK’s developing commercial landscape at Built Environment Network’s (BEN’s) free online event.
Our expert panel debate will focus on the future of office space from a whole-life carbon perspective, they’ll challenge the ‘norm’ of design conventions and debate where best to put your money to design smart, reduce carbon and prepare for the shifting working cultures of the future.
Waterman’s Managing Director of Building Services (South), Mark Terndrup, is joined by Kerry Gibbs of Gardiner & Theobald, Make Architect’s Oliver Hall and Laura Collins of Stanhope. Together, they’ll ask whether a ‘less is more’ approach to design is best and consider the impacts of changes in leasing terms, the benefits of designing for longevity, flexibility and change of use post COVID-19.
To hear the panel’s thoughts on how to get more bang for your buck in tomorrow’s carbon currency, join the free online event on 20 April from 11:45am. Click here.