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AIAWS | November Lunch and Learn

This presentation will explore the developments in forestry practices, supply and demand of wood consumption, and impact on forest ownership on industry and trade.

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Aspire Online Learning

Demonstrates how energy-efficiency goals—when addressed beginning in schematic design—can be successfully achieved, saving valuable resources such as design-time and client budgets

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April O.W.L.S. Webinar

We will analyze and discuss how building with resilient materials and methods will reduce our carbon footprint, positively affect our environment, and help alter the course of environmental climate change overall.

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AIANC Environmental Stewardship Series – Part 2

We will provide an overview of the history of energy generation and how electricity rapidly changed how buildings function. We will explore how architects can prepare for the continuing changes in the industry. We will also discuss the concept of electrification and how utility companies are planning for its future use in their delivery of power with the goal of carbon reduction.

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AOL: Sustainable Design Through Daylighting

Topics discussed include daylighting strategies available through the integration of structural sandwich panels, energy conservation, enhancements, options, form and aesthetics. The many benefits to health, productivity, safety and sustainable design will be discussed, as well as specialty applications including explosion venting, blast resistance, OSHA fall through protection and hurricane resistance

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AIANC Environmental Stewardship Series

Over the past few decades, it has become commonplace to think about the energy efficiency of the buildings we create during the design phase. More recently, the analysis has expanded to include the impact on greenhouse gas emissions and climate.

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AIA WS | *VIRTUAL* Lunch & Learn – RESCHEDULED

Learn about the latest trend in interior design: Biophilic Design, which is the incorporation of natural elements using design techniques to improve the environment, employee well-being and productivity. This presentation is more than just theory, it offers case studies and data that back up this type of design and shows how retail, commercial, school, health and hospital buildings and employees can benefit substantially by incorporating the principles of biophilic design. From water features, daylighting, acoustic treatments, sounds and natural imagery to analogs of nature and elevated visual planes, the techniques and materials to invoke them are available for the next generation of design.

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AIAWS | Lunch & Learn | CaraGreen

  Biophilic Design ** Earn 1 HSW/LEED ** Learn about the latest trend in interior design: Biophilic Design, which is the incorporation of natural elements using design techniques to improve…
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