Dr. Christopher Whitman will be presenting at the 9th International Hemp Building Symposium Yorkshire UK, 31st March-1st April 2020.
Comparative testing of replacement infill materials for historic timber-framed buildings.
Chris Whitman is a British architect with 20 years of experience both in practice and academia. Currently he is a lecturer and Course Leader of the MSc Sustainable Building Conservation, at the Welsh School of Architecture, Cardiff University, where he has recently completed his PhD studying the “The Distribution Of Historic Timber-Framed Buildings in the UK and the Impacts of Their Low Energy Retrofit.” He was the winner of the Association for Preservation Technology International Martin Weaver Scholarship in 2015 and winner of their Oliver Torrey Fuller Award in 2017. He has also recently contributed to the upcoming 2nd edition of the Encyclopaedia of Vernacular Architecture of the World.
The IHBA symposiums are well known for their ground-breaking technological innovations presented from around the world while at the same time providing an ideal opportunity for networking in this growing sector. This is the largest global gathering of hemp building experts.
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