Presented by SPAB Ireland
The third lecture in the 4-part lecture series, 'A Sustainable Approach to Vernacular Irish Buildings'
The series is part of SPAB Ireland's 2022 Campaign - 'Sustainability of Vernacular Irish Buildings'
This project is supported by the Heritage Council under the Heritage Capacity Funding 2022.
Lecture 3: Old Houses Can Be Green
Wednesday 22 June 2022, 19:00 - 20:30
£6/€7 pp - SPAB members
£7/€8 pp - Non-members
Book all 4 lectures
£20/€24 - Members
£25/€30 - Non-members
This lecture will cover:
- Energy performance of old buildings
- Minor work, major benefits
- Thermal retrofits
About the speaker:
Roger Hunt is an award-winning writer with a particular interest in sustainable and vernacular architecture and the materials and techniques used in construction. He is co-author (with Marianne Suhr) of both Old House Handbook and Old House Eco Handbook. His book New Design for Old Buildings (co-authored with Iain Boyd with a foreword by Kevin McCloud) explores how effective contemporary design can give new life to the historic environment. He is also the author of Rural Britain: Then and Now, a celebration of the British countryside, Villages of England and Hidden Depths, an archaeological exploration of Surrey’s past. Roger lectures on building-related issues and is a judge of annual awards for new housing. His latest renovation project is a 1900 house on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, USA.
Twitter and Instagram: @huntwriter
As long as there is space on the event, we usually allow you to book for both yourself and a guest. When completing the booking form, you will be asked to select the number of people and put in your own details on the first page, then to put in your second person's details on the next page. The event fee shown on each of these pages is for the individual person - you will be shown the total amount due once you get to the summary page.
About SPAB Ireland
SPAB Ireland was established in 2017 as the inaugural Irish branch of the SPAB. Following the return of several recent Irish SPAB Fellows and Scholars to live and work in Ireland, the lack of an SPAB presence has been acutely felt. After a successful open meeting in February 2017, we have established a committee and have started planning how we will bring the SPAB philosophy and ethos to Ireland.
Booking Terms & Conditions
Accessibility: please contact the Group Organiser before booking to discuss any special access requirements.