Sunday, October 12, 2008

Green Panel Discussion: "Sustainability, Adaptive Reuse & Renovation in Local Architecture"

Posted By on Sun, Oct 12, 2008 at 4:16 AM

This Wednesday October 15th, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm,  Global Green, the American Institute of Architects New Orleans Chapter and the US Green Building Council will host their monthly free panel discussion on "sustainability in the built environment," for which the October session will discuss "adaptive reuse and renovation in local architecture." The panel will discuss how architects approach sustainability in preexisting urban environments.

AIA New Orleans will host the session featuring a variety of architects who will provide examples and comment on methods of sustainability in urban locations, with emphasis on New Orleans' historical architecture.

The panel will be held at the Tulane School of Architecture, Richardson Memorial Hall, Room 204, and will be hosted by Brett Petry,  of AIA, Marcel Wisznia, AIA, principal of Wisznia Associates and Jeffrey Smith, AIA, partner of the firm Holly and Smith Architects.

For information see here

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