American Institute of Architects AIA - Asheville Section - continues its annual Where Building Science Meets Climate Science professional development series designed to build proficiencies related to climate change and architecture.
This year's theme: Defining Regenerative Design
Each year the program brings together world-renown climate scientists, architects, and engineers to provide insight on how their professions are addressing the changing climate.
Thursday November 2
Public reception and networking session at 5:15-6:00 pm followed at 6-7 pm with a presentation from Jennifer Todd and Philip Donovan, with Little Diversified Architectural Consulting. Thursday evening’s public lecture is free, (donations accepted), and all community members are invited to attend.
One AIA HSW Continuing Education credit hour is expected.
Speakers: Jennifer Todd, AIA, NCARB, CPHC Director of Regen CoLab Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Inc.
Philip M. Donovan, AIA LEED AP BD+C, NCARB, LFA Director of Regen CoLab Little Diversified Architectural Consulting, Inc.
Friday November 3
Friday, the conference continues at The Collider with a full day of in-depth presentations aimed at professional architects, designers, planners, construction experts, and regenerative design enthusiasts.
Registration and breakfast from 8:15 am to 8:45 am. A catered lunch is included in the registration fee. The program will wrap with a panel discussion and Q & A session with the speakers. The conference concludes at 4:30 pm.
Six AIA HSW Continuing Education credit hours expected.
Keynote - State of Architecture Bill Reed, AIA, LEED Regenesis Group
State of the Climate Laura Stevens Research Associate, National Climate Assessment North Carolina Institute for Climate Studies (NCICS)
Regenerative Design from an Engineer's Perspective Stephen Robey, PE Electrical Engineer CMTA
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