Podcast | Creating Resilience
Designing future spaces to explore Australia’s ancient past
8 Minute Listen
Purpose-driven businesses and communities create opportunities for us to evolve how we live, work and play. So, how do we lay the foundations of a conscious city to maximise the human experience? In this episode of Talking Property, CBRE dives into how dynamic digital environments are forming the fabric of our future city.
Natasha Mulcahy Director of ESG at CBRE sits down with Brett Leavy, Virtual Heritage Jedi, at Bilbie XR Labs to discuss the role country plays in creating conscious cities, how truly important the past is to our future and how we can use digital storytelling to contribute to the conservation and management of today’s environment. Through the Metaverse, Leavy is pioneering ways to recreate and map Indigenous landscapes for today’s citizens to explore, learn and appreciate a world before the first settlers.
Each episode from this series takes place in the lobby of some of Sydney’s most iconic buildings and brings together our very own in-house experts with market leaders who are shaping our future cities.
Natasha joined CBRE in 2022, bringing a wealth of experience in precinct development, sustainability, and complex project delivery.
Natasha has extensive experience working across industry and government to create projects which deliver triple bottom line results. Natasha was the Sustainability & Engagement Manager for West Village, the multi-award winning, $1.1 billion urban renewal project by Sekisui House Australia. Natasha has also held senior roles with Stockland, and Moreton Bay Regional Council and Brisbane Economic Development Agency.
In 2019 she became the inaugural winner of the Architecture & Design Women in Sustainability Award, and in 2020 was named a Green Star Champion by the Green Building Council of Australia.
Natasha is an experience presenter and facilitator and enjoys working collaboratively with clients to deliver ESG Strategy.
Virtual Heritage Jedi at Bilbie XR Labs
Brett Leavy is a First Nations, Digital Aboriginal. He descends from the Kooma people whose traditional country is bordered by St George in the east, Cunnamulla in the west, north by the town of Mitchell and south to the QLD/NSW border.
Brett has dedicated his working life to cultural knowledge recording and the industry of communications. His digital work seeks to represent the arts, cultural stories, heritage, traditional knowledge and histories of First Nation people using new, immersive and interactive technologies.