Masterclass Series: WELL Building Standard
Join us for the evening to learn all about the WELL Building Standard – the first industry benchmark for advancing health and well-being in buildings and cities across the world. The evening will start with a presentation by Simon Wyatt from Cundall and Victoria Lockhart from WELL Building Institute followed by a building tour and discussion.
Since we spend 90% of our time indoors, the buildings where we live, work, learn and relax have a profound effect on our well-being: how we feel, what we eat, and even how we sleep at night.
Hear about the programmes development, its themes, and global reception and uptake, then learn and experience first-hand Europe’s first certified space: consulting engineer’s Cundall’s London office.
Simon Wyatt, Associate Director, Sustainability leads Cundall’s building physics, health, wellbeing and sustainability team. Specialising in low-energy sustainable design, he uses a holistic approach to ensures spaces are healthy, comfortable, engaging environments whilst actively reducing a building’s energy demands and annual CO2 footprint.
Over his 12 years at Cundall, he’s worked on One Hyde Park, the most expensive flats in Europe and the design of an off grid museum and camp site for Scouts to mark their 100-year anniversary. He has designed low carbon energy centres for the MoD and a number of Universities, and is currently developing the design of what will hopefully be world’s first true carbon neutral, WELL certified visitor centre.
Victoria Lockhart, International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), brings expertise in sustainable green building practices alongside a passion for leveraging medical insights and new technologies to enhance human experience and wellbeing. She is amongst the first global cohort of Accredited Professional (AP) trained in the WELL Building Standard®, and provides support to the industry as a WELL Faculty member.
She was part of the core team developing the new health and wellbeing consultancy service at global consulting engineering firm Arup, and in 2017, joined the International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) – a public benefit corporation whose mission is to improve human health and wellbeing through the built environment. She is based in London, supporting the international growth and strategic development of healthy buildings and places across Europe.
This event is open to All.
ULI Young Leaders/Student Members: £25
ULI Members: £40
Public Sector Members: £30
Non Member Young Leaders/Students/Public Sector: £60
Non Members: £80
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