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iPHA Community Meet Up - Design Journey to PH Premium - A Client's Perspect

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Join us on Monday, July 13 at 9pm CEST for the next instalment in our biweekly series of iPHA Community Meet Ups!

 

The iPHA Community Meet Ups are a series of free, digital events every second Monday at 9pm CEST. They feature a short talk by a Passive House expert from the iPHA network, followed by time for a discussion. Hosted via GoToMeeting, the meet ups provide the international Passive House community with a place to catch up during this increased time in home office.

 

Use this link to find out when the webcast will take place in your local time!

 

Our next event features a presentation by Jonathan Holmes, member of the Passive House Institute New Zealand and owner of New Zealand’s first Certified Passive House Premium building (and only the second in Australasia and 15th world-wide); discussing the design and construction process of his home.

 

Design Journey to PH Premium - A Client's Perspective

 

This presentation will discuss the client journey planning, designing and building the first Passive House Premium home in New Zealand. Along the way, the client discovers what being an architect entails, becomes a Passive House Consultant and moves into their new home. This talk is opportunity to learn about the design/build process from the client's perspective with all the highs and lows, what went well and what they learnt for the next Passive House Project.

 

Find out more about the project at our iPHA community meet up!

Organiser:
International Passive House Association
Contact Name:
Giorgia Tzar
Contact Email: Contact Phone:
+49 6151 826 99 55
Source Language:
English

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