housing knowlege at aia 2016 convention

The first time I registered to attend an AIA (American Institute of Architects) convention, wading through course descriptions (and checking which ones I could afford) took up more than my lunch hour. Now, AIA offers “tracks” to help you select a specific type of learning experience. Similarly, the Housing Knowledge Community (HKC), compiled the following list of housing related programs for those interested in housing and community development.

We are especially excited about our own pre-convention workshop, described in the postcard below. There’s still time to sign up.

AIA-WE115 postcard-031616

Pre-Convention Workshop
WE115 Housing, Community Development and Design: Case Studies from Philadelphia Wednesday 5/18, 8AM-12PM, Pennsylvania Convention Center 3.75 LUs/RIBA

Housing Awards Ceremony & Reception
EV313 – The Best in Housing Design: AIA and HUD Housing Awards Friday 5/20, 6:30-8:30 PM, Philadelphia History Museum, 15 S 7th Street

WE307 – Strengthening Design through Community [3.75 LUs/RIBA]

EV213 – CRAN Forum: Focusing Exclusively on the Practice of Residential Architecture EL101a/b The Architect’s Guide to Managing Risk on Residential Construction Projects TH203 – Accessible Homes: Lessons from the Field
TH208 – Converging Innovative Health Care Delivery and Green Urban Design
TH217 – Passive Housing: Affordable Fenestration Solutions
TH305 – The New East River: Transformative Waterfront Design
TH408 – DesignVoice: Serving Your Community through Public Interest Design

FR109 – Green Residential Trends: Opportunities in a Rapidly Growing Market
FR110 – Small Firms Achieving Zero Net Energy through Creative Residential Design FR115 – The NEW Collaboration Between Residential Architects and Custom Home Builders
FR204 – Fabulous Pre-fab: Applying Modular Construction to Multifamily Residential Projects
FR303 – HOUSE: Adaptive Reuse from Residential to Academic at Penn
FR322 – Making Room: The Housing Crises in London and New York
FR411 – Smaller Residential Unit Design Principles as a Key to Sustainability
FR415 – Community Invigoration: Pop-up Impact on Communities
EX108 – Emerging Trends in Package Management and Equipment for Multifamily Housing

SA108 – Social Impact: A Philadelphia Tradition [1.00 LU/RIBA]
SA206 – What’s Driving Home Improvement? Results from Major New Houzz Research

GT203 – Tour of Social Impact Development
ET228 – Cira Green: Green Infrastructure as a Public Amenity
ET222B – High-Performance, Affordable Housing for TOD: Paseo Verde


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