What are the greatest challenges facing architecture? Where are the latest innovations happening in design? How are CLT structures changing the face of our built environment? Tune in to hear Bates Smart director Philip Vivian’s thoughts on these hard-hitting industry questions.
September 6th, 2019
Bates Smart director Philip Vivian sits down with Architecture & Design editor Branko Miletic for Talking Architecture and Design podcast to talk about new innovations in timber construction, sustainable city making and how automation is making its way into design.
“Our cities need to stop expanding outwards and start looking inwards at denser utilisation of land. As our cities grow into the future, they need to grow inwards and grow denser,” says Vivian. “Society has coalesced around the idea of wanting to do something for climate change and to be more sustainable. But there is seemingly a disconnect with that sentiment and what we need to do to our cities in order to be more sustainable and less carbon-intensive,” he adds.
Listen in below for an insightful journey into how Australia can continue into the future with a more climate aware approach.
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