SAIA KZN Practice Breakfast with Prof. Yashaen Luckan Sorry, this event has passed. See upcoming events.
Friday, 26th May, 2023
Venue: Online via Zoom
Lessons from place:
Architecture as agency for spatial transformation
Prof. Yashaen Luckan raises a critical conversation about the potentiality of architectural thinking and making in the evolution of cities, specifically related to resilience and spatial transformation.
He refers to his previous works on the Grey Street precinct, in Durban, as a case study to analyse the various pressures - legislative, and socio-spatial - that led to places of incidental urban revitalisation and an anticolonial counter-position facilitated by the built form and architecture.
His presentation concludes with a critical discussion on agency and architecture in urban revitalisation and progressive spatial transformation.
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Venue: onlin via zoom or in person at 160 Bulwer Road
DESIGNING FOR GAS AS AN ENERGY SOURCE
IDENTIFYING the roles and responsibilities of the Architects and Gas Practitioners when designing for GAS use.
EXPLORING the differences and similarities between LPGas and Natural gas and the applications in the marketplace.
HOW to make effective decisions on the best energy source for various uses in domestic and commercial buildings.
GAIN a better understanding of the gas SANS standards and its application during design.
OBTAIN practical tips and calculations to determine gas consumption for various equipment and appliances.
GAIN an understanding of the installation safety distances and ventilation requirements based on SANS standards and regulation.
GAIN an overview of the gas approval processes within the local authority for domestic and commercial building
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“My world in 10 minutes”
A presentation by Nathan Iyer of the work of IYER, Urban Designers, Architects and Landscape Architects. The Practice has a significant body of completed work that transcends scales, guided by a clear set of principles that is focused on the making of more people-centric cities and places.
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Join Sikho Msomi, Executive Director at City People eThekwini in a discussion on the status quo of homelessness in eThekwini and our collective role in ending it. His presentation will explore ways in which we can move the needle by accelerating action and impact by building a city where we all belong.
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Please note there is an admin fee of R100 for non- members of SAIA KZN to receive their cpd certificates.
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