The Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion in Decatur, Texas, was the primary licensed Living Building Challenge venture in Texas.
Tenna Florian will current a lecture at 4 p.m. Monday, April 18, in Ken and Linda Sue Shollmier Hall, Room 250 of Vol Walker Hall, on the University of Arkansas campus, as a part of the spring lecture sequence within the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design. The lecture may even be obtainable to watch reside through Zoom.
Florian, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, is a associate and co-leader of the Lake|Flato’s Eco-Conservation Studio.
The Fay Jones School’s spring lecture sequence is introduced in collaboration with Places Journal, an internationally revered on-line journal of structure, panorama structure and urbanism.
Registration for the net model of the lecture is on the market on Zoom.
In her lecture, “Nature, Place, and Purpose: The Practice, Approach, and Work of Lake|Flato Architects,” Florian will discover the Lake|Flato observe and current work via the lens of local weather, tradition and fairness throughout this Earth Day presentation.
For practically 40 years, Lake|Flato has designed buildings that foster a powerful connection to nature and place. As their physique of labor has expanded from coast to coast, so has their understanding of the broader impacts of the constructed surroundings.
Florian finds objective in creating structure that promotes environmental stewardship via excessive efficiency design that strengthens the important bond between people and nature. With greater than 20 years of expertise, she has proved to be a talented listener and collaborator. She is dedicated to an built-in design course of that seeks to totally notice the consumer’s aspirations and objectives.
Her ardour for modern, sustainable design has led to a number of award-winning initiatives, together with Naples (*18*) Garden in Naples, Florida; the AIA Honor Award-winning Confluence Park in San Antonio, Texas; and the Dixon Water Foundation Josey Pavilion in Decatur, Texas — the primary licensed Living Building Challenge venture in Texas.
This is the Fay Jones School’s Earth Day Lecture and the U of A campus sustainability lecture.
The college is pursuing persevering with training credit for this lecture via the American Institute of Architects.
This lecture is open to the general public. Admission is free, with restricted seating. For particulars on watching the lecture on-line, please go to the Fay Jones School’s lecture web page. To register for the whole on-line lecture sequence, full this kind on Zoom.
For extra data, contact 479-575-4704 or fayjones.uark.edu.