Going Green with Big Ass Fans | Register Now

Together with the team from Big Ass Fans, join us and Grand Designs publisher Janice Williams, as we reconnect over an afternoon of networking, nibbles, flowing drinks and an exploration on new trends post covid-19 and how design is fundamentally shifting towards sustainability.

In a way, these last few years with covid-19 have altered the course of architectural design and directed it towards somewhat unknown waters.

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Traditional architectural concerns now include new habits, new uses, new technologies, new construction dilemmas, new hygiene standards, and even new ideas related to the influence of physical space.

We’ve seen a massive shift in the industry towards sustainable design and we’ll be hearing from industry influencers on the way our peers have approached this shift in their own commercial and residential projects.

In partnership with Youngcare Australia, if you purchase a bottle of our Big Ass Fans Breezy Bees honey you will go into the draw to win a Haiku I ceiling fan with installation valued at $1,500.

All proceeds will be donated to Youngcare and with every purchase of honey, you are giving a young person with high physical support needs freedom to feel at home – and to live equally – in their community.

Together, let’s celebrate the resilience of our industry and see what’s next for 2022 against a spectacular backdrop of the city skyline.

Going Green with Big Ass Fans

Entry, food + drinks are free but registration is a must! RSVP via the link – https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/going-green-with-big-ass-fans-sydney-registration-260692527367

Friday, 18th March 2022 – 12 PM< – 4PM / Hyde Hacienda, NSW






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