New Healthy Buildings tutorial series

Maggie’s Newcastle – Cullinan Studio

Online Tutorial Series

Healthy Buildings

Please join us for an exciting new Healthy Buildings tutorial series with guest industry experts, organised by The Alliance for Sustainable Buildings Products (ASBP) in collaboration with the ASBP Natural Fibre Insulation Group.

All tutorials in the series take place on Thursdays (11:00-12:00) and feature a detailed presentation with one or more industry experts, followed by an interactive Q&A session.

Tutorial dates

Thursday 11th June, 11:00-12:00

Designing Healthy Buildings

Carol Costello and Kristina Roszynski, Cullinan Studio

For our first tutorial we are joined by Carol Costello and Kristina Roszynski from award-winning architects Cullinan Studio.

Cullinan Studio are architects and masterplanners, who work on a range of projects from urban masterplans to individual homes, both in the UK and abroad.

Cullinan Studio are long-standing members of the ASBP and are involved with our Plastics in Construction Group.

Carol and Kristina will discuss:

  • Winning clients with a deep health and wellbeing brief
  • Reflections on the coronavirus situation and the industry post-Covid
  • Alternatives to plastics in construction – healthier, lower impact materials
  • Case studies –  See Culinan Studio projects list

Thursday 25th June, 11:00-12:00

Measuring Healthy Buildings

Tim Robinson, Waverton Analytics and John Jones, PPM Technology Ltd

For our second tutorial we are joined by John Jones, PPM Technology and Tim Robinson, Waverton Analytics.

PPM Technology is a leading manufacturer and supplier of portable and fixed gas detection instruments based on electrochemical sensing technology. PPM instruments monitor levels of hazardous compounds in air such as formaldehyde and other toxic gases.

Waverton Analytics is working together with Prism Analytical Technologies, a leading consultative air testing laboratory to provide and support IAQ Home and Commercial Survey tests in the UK and Europe.

John and Tim will discuss:

  • Why is it important to measure indoor air quality?
  • What is measured and why? – VOCS, CO2, formaldehyde and more
  • Monitoring tools and methodologies

Thursday 9th July, 11:00-12:00

Indoor Air Quality & Healthy Buildings​

Dr. Marcella Ucci, Associate Professor at Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources

For our third tutorial we are joined by leading Academic Dr. Marcella Ucci, Associate Professor at Bartlett School of Environment, Energy & Resources.

Her research focuses on the interactions and tensions between sustainable building design/operation and the needs of occupants in terms of comfort, health and wellbeing. Her expertise includes building performance monitoring and modelling, evaluation of indoor air quality (especially biological such as dust mites), active design, and operational aspect of buildings – especially occupant behaviour.

Marcella worked alongside Professor Stephen Holgate to develop ‘The Inside Story: Health effects of indoor air quality on children and young people‘ report.

Marcella will discuss:

Booking information

Click ‘Buy Tickets’ to register (via Eventbrite). Joining instructions for the tutorial will be sent a few days before the event. Please note, we will be using Zoom to host the tutorial. If you have any queries, please contact

Individual tutorial booking

  • ASBP members – £10.00 +VAT
  • Member of partner organisation* – £17.50 +VAT
  • Non-member/General admittance – £25.00 +VAT

Block booking discount

(Final 2 tutorials – 25/06 & 09/07)

  • ASBP members – £15.00 +VAT
  • Member of partner organisation* – £27.50 +VAT
  • Non-member/General admittance – £40.00 +VAT

How to book

For individual tutorial bookings: Click ‘Buy Tickets’ below, choose your tutorial date and click ‘Tickets’, choose your ticket type and quantity, then click ‘Checkout’.

For block bookings: Click ‘Buy Tickets’ below, click ‘Tickets’ for any of the tutorial dates, choose one of the ‘2 tutorials – 25/06 & 09/07’ ticket types and quantity, then click ‘Checkout’.

*Partner organisations include: AECB, Building Performance Network, Fit for the Future, Good Homes Alliance, Passivhaus Trust, SEDA, STBA, The Green Register, TRADA, Woodknowledge Wales.

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