(VIDEO) KATE NASON: MELBOURNE PASSIVE HOUSE Urban Infill

September 25, 2020

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Kate Nason, board member of the Australian Passive House Association and architect at Atellier Ten, presents on a residential Passive House infill project in Melbourne. Nason was introduced to Passive House when working on Australia’s first large-scale Passive House building for Monash University. The 150 bed student residence was Nason’s first Passive House project and inspired her to pivot her career to a prefabrication Passive House based firm. Check out her presentation on the unique climate challenges of the project and her advocacy for Passive House in Australia.

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