In this 90-minute presentation, we will discuss biomimicry as a foundation for sustainability and the Living Building and Living Product Challenges as opportunities for widespread and principled application of a nature-centered way of thinking and doing. We will discuss some of the important and ongoing relationships between them as well as some of the ways they are evolving and influencing progress toward a more sustainable world.
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Join Brad Liljequist in Spokane as he presents the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop! Event held at the Hagan Center for the Humanities, 2nd Floor of the Library/Media Center, which is Building 16 on the Spokane Community College Campus.
Join Brad Liljequist for the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop and stay for the 2016 AIA Annual Fall Conference in Fairmont, Montana
Join Cascadia Green Building Council, Eugene Branch for a tour of the 4-acre farm that sprouted up at Kalapuya High School over the summer--complete with crops, a barn, a greenhouse, solar array, and even a district farmer.
The Sioux Falls Design Center’s Design Week 2016 kickoff and the City of Sioux Falls bring you the Sixth Annual Mayor’s Neighborhood Summit.
Oregon Episcopal School’s new 40,000 SF Lower School serves grades Pre-K through 5th grade and features innovative learning spaces with large flexible classrooms, dedicated group collaboration spaces, science lab, art studio, dining/gathering and performance space, and ample access to the outdoors. Located at entrance to the campus, the project creates a front door for the school and opens up new green space to serve as a commons for students of all ages. The school emphasizes an inquiry-based learning modeled inspired by the Reggio Emilia system, which needs environments that encourage exploration and experimentation – both indoors and out.
Expositores: Arq. Asdrúbal Segura Amador, Ing. Juan Tuk Duran
Join Brad at the University of the District of Columbia as he presents a talk the Net Positive Energy: Power and the Living Building Challenge Workshop on October, 12th
Expositores: Ing. Juan Tuk Duran, Arq. Paula Solís
Materials Matter is a five-session series delivering comprehensive, high-level knowledge and strategies for assessing and selecting healthy, sustainable materials. Note that REGISTRATION ENDS ON OCTOBER 11th. Register here