THE PREMIER CONFERENCE ON HIGH-PERFORMANCE BUILDING ENCLOSURES
Attendees Include: AIA Members ● Architects ● Architecture Students and Faculty ● Building Envelope Specialists ● Construction Professionals ● Developers ● Engineers ● Manufacturers ● Materials Specialists
4 AIA HSW CEUs
Innovation comes in many forms, and the most successful ones have a subtly transformative effect on the beholder. Three factors characterize high performance facades: the materials, the system (sustainable fabrication and installation), and the design. This panel will explore the subtleties of OFFICE 52 Architecture’s Tykeson Hall and Hacker Architects's Berwick Hall. Moderator: Thomas Robinson
The use of timber for both structural and facade systems is growing rapidly in North America. The Pacific Northwest is a leader of this trend, both in completed projects and research. This panel will focus on Lever Architecture’s Nature Conservancy HQ, built of glulam columns and CLT roof panels and clad in perforated weathering steel panels, and RDH’s research on panelized timber as demonstrated by Brock Commons.
This panel includes a joint presentation by Ennead Architects and Thorntom Tomasetti on their open-jointed fritted glass double skin for the Knight Campus. Allied Works will dive into the design and engineering of the UHPC brise-soleil of the U.S. Embassy Mozambique. Moderator: Thomas Robinson
By Dionne Darling
As the built environment becomes more complex, so too are the systems are used to create them. During this afternoon’s topics we will learn from industry experts on how these systems can contribute to a sustainable building envelope, such as firestop systems that ensure occupant’s safety, self-cleaning facade panels and smart tinting glass technologies to ensure occupant comfort.
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Lunch & Learn
Hotel parking is complimentary for the day only, not overnight.
Single and Double Rate: $189 plus tax & incidentals.
Cutoff date for the special rate is September 20, 2020.
Call 800-996-0510 and identify yourself as part of The Architects Newspaper group to benefit from the special rate.
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