"Where Building Science Meets Climate Science"
Asheville, North Carolina
Nov. 7 & 8
Our 5th annual Climate Adaptive Design Symposium, Where Building Science Meets Climate Science, to be here in Asheville, North Carolina, on Nov. 7 & 8. Our keynote speaker, both Thursday evening and Friday with be Vivian Loftness from Carnegie Mellon University and who has been a central figure in climate adaptive architecture for more than 40 years.
The whole slate of speakers for Friday should make it a very interesting day.
Among the other notables speaking at the event are:
- Drury B. Crawley, Ph.D., Director of Building Performance Research with Bentley system addressing the topic of building energy performance and using simulation as a tool for policy, codes, and standards
- Professor David Hill, Co-Director of the Coastal Design Lab speaking on architectural prototypes and design to mitigate against extreme coastal climatic events
- Anica Landreneau, Director of Sustainability at HOK presenting on how to bring small- and mid-sized firms into the AIA 2030 portfolio toward carbon-neutral sustainable buildings
- Tim Owen, Climate Scientist and executive officer with NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, explaining the national state of the climate
More information and registration can be found at https://case.simpletix.com/e/46433.