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Eat Coast Green March 31, 2010

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September 15, 2010 – USGBC-NJ LEED Workshops
September 16-17, 2010 – East Coast Green Conference
September 16, 2010 – AIA-NJ Design Conference

Keynote Speakers:
Bill Reed
Regenesis, Delving Deeper, Integrative Design Collaborative
Ed Mazria

Architecture 2030
Robert F. Kennedy, Jr.

Riverkeeper, Waterkeeper Alliance

Sustainability is one of AIA’s top priorities and climate change is everyone’s concern, crossing state and regional boundaries. This conference will seek to benchmark how we are doing at meeting the Architecture 2030 goals and what still needs to be done. Legislation, Codes/Metrics, Planning, Buildings, and Tectonics are among the tracks to be covered.

Speakers, Sponsors, and Exhibitors are being organized now, interested in being a part of ECG –

In conjunction with East Coast Green, we are proud to co-host the AIA-NJ annual Design Conference. Projects will be selected in categories from residential to historic preservation. For the second year there will also be a category for best Sustainable project.

Extend your visit another day, and take part in a series of all day USGBC-NJ LEED pre-conference workshops.

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Clip It On! March 17, 2010

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Green up urban landscapes with some simple add ons and new technologies…

http://urbanomnibus.net/2010/01/clip-on-architecture-reforesting-cities/

Amily’s Bridge Comments March 8, 2010

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Thoughtful project. I’ve often wondered why we need a new bridge? Why was it not possible to fix the old one. We know how it behaves structurally already and fixing it would still be much cheaper and sustainable than building new. The blog below shows some more details and spatial connections.

http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/2009/09/bay-line.html

I encourage all to check out more work by Rael-San Fratello- the architects for the Bay Bridge Repurposing Project
Check out the “Planter Brick”

http://www.rael-sanfratello.com

Best,
Amily

AIA Vertical Gardens Tour March 4, 2010

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Let’s celebrate after Midpoint Review with more Achitecture!

Leaving 601 Brannan Next Friday (March 12th) 3pm to 130 Sutter Street Suite 600

The exhibition will feature more than two dozen concepts and actual projects, including works by Rael San Fratello Architects (Virginia San Fratello and Ronald Rael), Min Day, Boor Bridges Architecture, GLS Landscape | Architecture, environmental designer Lisa Lee Benjamin, and local nursery Flora Grubb Gardens. Additional pieces are contributed by Abruzzo Bodziak Architects; ATOPIA with The Harrison Studio; Bob Bingham and Claire Hoch; Patrick Blanc; Bohn & Viljoen Architects; Dickson Despommier, Eric Ellingsen, SOA Architects, Blake Kurasek; Evo Design with Mica Gross and Rogers Design Group; Todd Haiman; Haus-Rucker-Inc.; Edmundo Ortega and Dianne Rohrer (Co-Founders, Mundo Verde Ortega); Claude Boullevraye de Passillé; Oda Projesi;; Naomi Reis; Roomservices (Evren Uzer and Otto Von Busch); and SITE (Denise MC Lee, Sara Stracey and James Wines).

There will be lots of photos as well. “Photographic documentation of existing buildings containing vertical farms, gardens or green roofs will also be showcased by Hundertwasser; Renzo Piano with Chong Partners and Stantec; Emilio Ambasz & Associates; Humpert Wolnitzek; Chad Oppenheim Architecture and Design; Musson Cattell Mackey Partnership, Downs/Archambault & Partners, LMN Architects; Scandinavian Green Roof Institute; Conservation Design Forum of Chicago and Atelier Dreieitl of Germany; Enrique Browne and Borja Huidobro with Ricardo Judson and Rodrigo Iturriaga; and others.”

Mundo Verde Ortega and Rael San Fratello Architects have also created two “interpretive” green walls for the exibition.

LEED MEETING THURSDAY 4th 6.30pm ROOM 201 March 3, 2010

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-DISCUSS & DETERMINE COMPETITION ENTRIES (to work on during Spring Break?)

-STUDENT LIFESTYLE MANUAL ASSEMBLY (a quick PDF lay out)

– FOLLOWED BY LEED STUDY GROUP (Chapter 2)

LEED STUDY GROUP March 3, 2010

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Thanks Janine for creating a summary of last weeks notes. Take a look at Chapter 2 on archshare 2030 folder to prep for next Thursday.

Chapter 1 Summary