Treat your loved ones to a Building Biology Seminar
Brighton – 14th and 21st March 2019
Even if you are not that desperate it will surely be … unexpected – Following our successful 2018 series of seminars, SE3D’s Tomas Gaertner in partnership with the Green Register will be delivering four half-day technical sessions on Building Biology: the science of creating low energy, healthy, life enhancing buildings on 14th and 21st March 2019 in Brighton.
With the public becoming evermore aware of environmental issues like air pollution and plastics and that good buildings enhance occupants’ physical and mental health, we are delighted to be offering the UK’s first ever half-day series of training on Building Biology and so support Green Register members and other practitioners to deliver healthier living environments.
In addition to low carbon and energy conscious design, Building Biology is about the holistic interrelationships between humans and their environment – how we impact on the environment and how the environment we create for ourselves impacts on us.
The Green Register’s new half-day Building Biology Series offers a unique opportunity to learn about Building Biology to a level lower than that delivered by the longer, highly regarded and internationally recognised IBN Building Biology Consultant Course.
The course is presented by Tomas Gaertner one of the experts in the field. Tomas is an architect, certified BuildingBiologist IBN, Passivhaus designer CEPH, founding Director of the Building Biology Association and Director of SE3Design.
The course is aimed at construction and medical professions alike and with over 6000 architects, doctors, surveyors, material suppliers professionally trained internationally the movement is succesfully growing. We believe this course will be a fantastic way to gain an in depth understanding of all aspects of healthy building design.
For more details about Building Biology and the four sessions visit https://www.greenregister.org.uk/civicrm/event/info?id=437