26 September 2012
9:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Armada House, Telephone Avenue, Bristol BS1 4BQ
This one-day course is an introduction to Passivhaus. It will help you avoid common mistakes, making the journey smoother and your project cheaper and easier to build. The day will consist of:
1. Why Passivhaus?
2. How Passivhaus affects pre-planning design
How shape affects the heat loss;
Significance of solar access in site planning; how to achieve PH without optimum orientation/access;
Use of PHPP to aid design choices.
3. How Passivhaus affects detailed design
4. Certification and process
Speaker: Peter Warm is a Chartered Energy Conservation Engineer with a strong interest in understanding how the building fabric works. His experience is varied between research and practical on site work. Currently, Peter is a partner in Warm: Low Energy Building Practice with his daughter Sally Godber. Peter is accredited by the Passivhaus Institut in Darmstadt to provide certification and consultancy for Passivhaus schemes. Currently, he is providing consultation on new build schemes including St Ive Rural Passivhaus and several Passivhaus retrofit projects.
FREE Passivhaus building visits - BOOKING ESSENTIAL
In conjunction with this course, we have arranged for all delegates attending the above event to visit, FREE of charge, a Passivhaus project just outside Exeter at three stages of the house construction (Passivhaus Consultant: Peter Warm).
RIBA Core Curriculum topic: Climate - Sustainable architecture
(includes lunch and site visits)
• RIBA/CIAT members - £95 + VAT (£114)
• Non-members - £140 + VAT (£168)
• RIBA Student member - £30 + VAT (£36)
If you are a Core Programme Club Ticket holder, you benefit from a 20% discount on this Extras seminar. This special rate is not available online, please ring the Regional Office.
RIBA South West