Learn about when preservation and sustainability meet--or don't meet--in the preservation of buildings of the modern era. These structures tend to pose significant environmental challenges for those who are interested in preserving them for their significance, yet also want them to achieve better energy efficiency. Using the AIA’s 21st Century Workplace as a case study, panelists will consider whether new technologies and renovation strategies provide a plausible future for these often unloved buildings from the recent past.
Moderator: Vernon Mays, Editor-at-Large, Architect magazine
Panelists: Barbara A. Campagna, AIA, LEEDŽ AP, Graham Gund Architect of the National Trust for Historic Preservation Christopher Davis, LEEDŽ AP, Assoc. AIA, LEED Certification Coordinator, U.S. Green Building Council James A. Gatsch, FAIA, Managing Director, 21st Century Workplace, American Institute of Architects Abram Goodrich, Associate Principal, STUDIOS Architecture
1.5 LU (AIA)
National Building Museum and NTHP Members and Students: $12 Non-Members: $20