The way that buildings are designed, constructed and maintained impacts the way we sleep, what we eat, and how we feel. The WELL Building StandardTM uses innovative, research-backed strategies to advance health, happiness, mindfulness and productivity in our buildings and communities – and this concept of human centric design is rapidly being adopted in Asia.
The Lighthouse Club and Cundall invite you to join the seminar and expert panellists from each stage of the construction supply chain, who will be discussing the ROI seen for occupiers who have adopted healthy building design, the reason many developers are rapidly adopting and implementing these design standards, its impact on design and practically how it can be constructed in Asia.
Date: Tuesday 23 May 2017
Time: 6 - 8.30pm
Venue: INFINITI Lab, 2/F Hopewell Centre, 183 Queen's Road East, Wan Chai
Occupier's perspective - David Armitage, Project Director - Citi Hong Kong
Developer's perspective - Ellie Tang, Head of Sustainability - New World Development Company
Developer's perspective - Chris Kwan, Senior Project Manager - LINK Real Estate Investment Trust
Occupier and Designer's perspective - Amie Shuttleworth, Global Head of Sustainability - Cundall
Impact on design perspective - Stefano Tronci, Associate, Architect - Woods Bagot
Contractor's perspective - Emma Harvey, Group Sustainability and CSR Manager - Gammon Construction
Moderator - Jonathan Waite, Sustainability Lead - Arcadis
Fee: The event will be free to members of The Lighthouse Club. Non-members will be charged a donation of HK$100 which will be collected on the day. All donations will go directly to The Lighthouse Club Benevolent Fund.
RSVP: Please click here to register your place.