Passive House and Beyond: Lessons from Brussels' Success

As of January 2015 and six years ahead of time, Brussels’ Nearly-Zero Energy Regulation, based on Passive House, was made mandatory for all new builds and retrofits.

Completing their first Passive House project in 2002, A2M, one of Brussels' leading Passive House design firms, has since completed numerous large institutional projects and is a lead contributor to the international Passive House magazine be.passive.

Join us over lunch on May 11th to learn more about A2M's experience of delivering ambitious Passive House projects.


  • Sebastian Moreno-Vacca: A founding member of A2M, Sebastian Moreno-Vacca leads A2M’s vision, design aesthetic and drive to be the most sustainable and energy efficient firm possible.

  • Julie Willem: Julie has worked for A2M for nearly 10 years and is a Belgium registered architect and partner at the firm. Julie is responsible for all A2M’s communications, including media relations and branding, where she develops all graphic and visual project content. 

Event Details

Date: Thursday, May 11, 2017
Time: 12:00 - 1:30
Location: Centre for Interactive Research on Sustainability (CIRS)

This is a free event and lunch will be provided, however advanced registration is required.

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