Past Event

Chain of Custody, Understanding your Responsibility

Presented by Euroluce and ARUP and Woods Bagot and Woven Image


Tue 23 May 6:00pm - 8:30pm


Free, booking required


49 Exhibition Street, Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia


Seating available Wheelchair accessible

Buildings contribute significantly to the production of carbon within the atmosphere. To meet climate change goals of keeping below 2 degrees Celsius, a proposed halving of emissions every decade has been considered as one of the great solutions.  Legislative and market pressures are increasing, but as leaders in the design industry, we must understand how we can best define and measure our carbon impact, strategies, and initial changes, and monitor and reassess what we can do now.

Knowing the responsibilities within the design industry’s ‘chain of custody is crucial in contributing to positive climate and community outcomes through the design, installation, operations, and reuse of architectural and interior design projects.

Join Arup, Woods Bagot, Euroluce, Woven Image, Living Edge, and guests as they host a dynamic ‘speed panel’ during which they discuss how the sector can create more sustainable outcomes through collaboration, what the novel ideas are implemented developed now, and how the design sector can work with their clients into the future.


This evet is presented by Arup, Woods Bagot, Euroluce, Woven Image, Living Edge


Tim Hunt, Associate Lighting Designer, ARUP

With a background in industrial design, Tim leads Arup’s lighting team in Melbourne. He likes to innovate and challenge convention to find new ways of approaching problems through creativity, research, testing, and embracing new technologies. Tim has worked across Arup’s Sydney, London, and Melbourne offices over the past 15 years. This has given him both local and international experience across a diverse range of lighting projects, enabling him to develop strong relationships with his clients, allowing him to challenge briefs and push boundaries, working with them to solve challenges and create inspiring spaces after dark.

Phoebe Settle, Associate, Interior Design, Woods Bagot

Phoebe has been working in interior design for 14 years. She started her career in Melbourne gaining experience in the workplace sector before moving to London where she spent 8 years working with a diverse range of clients from the financial and legal, to tech, music, and food industries. Since returning to Melbourne her focus has shifted sectors to focus more on the education sector where she brings her passion for circular, sustainable design to life.

Prue Francis, Strategic Account Manager, Woven Image

Prue has a strong passion for acoustic, sustainable, circular, creative design. She works closely with architects and designers, to support them with ensuring their project spaces are acoustically treated, whilst having a bespoke, and functional, timeless aesthetic to ensure longevity. Circular design and practices are at the heart of what Prue enjoys strongly about Woven Image.

Guy Walsh, Sustainability Strategist, Living Edge

Guy has 14 years’ experience in the contract furniture industry and has helped global organisations deliver LEED and WELL certified fit-out projects in the UK and Australia. In his role as Sustainability Strategist, Guy is responsible for leading Living Edge’s industry leading Living On sustainability programme. Guy is a passionate advocate for the circular economy and its potential to create a paradigm shift in the way we consumer furniture products.

Patrick Lourie, National Brand & Distribution Manager, Euroluce

Patrick has been working in lighting for the last 15 years. He started his career in New Zealand working as an Architectural Lighting Consultant, before moving to London, where he spent 8 years working on globally acclaimed projects with some of the world’s leading Architects, Interior Designers, and Lighting Designers, whilst representing FLOS. He then made the move to Australia in 2019 to become the National Brand Manager at Euroluce where he has instilled his passion and knowledge, not only in his team but throughout the industry.

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