Meetings, conferences, and other upcoming architecture events in the state.
Exhibitors will be demonstrating products that have third-party certifications and can assist architects and designers in specifying materials that meet the Architecture and Design Material Pledge, along with three expert presentations. The Pledge addresses the areas of Human Health, Climate Health, Ecosystem Health, Societal Health and the Circular Economy. 3.0 HSW The Pledge addresses the areas of Human Health, Climate Health, Ecosystem Health, SoMore Information
Materials like concrete masonry, precast concrete, and cast-in place concrete have many advantages beyond their inherent fire performance including resistance to mold growth, resistance to damage from vandalism, and minimal damage caused by water and fire in the event of a fire in the building.More Information
Concrete Masonry is an effective solution for the ever-changing design environment. Masonry buildings offer a wealth of health and safety benefits to the occupants, including mitigating moisture (which can lead to mold growth and degraded air quality), resiliency and the overall energy performance of the built environment.More Information
Growing demand for mid-rise buildings, including apartments and condominiums, senior living, affordable, and mixed-use commercial/residential developments, creates both challenges and opportunities for building professionals as they work to balance value with performance.More Information
The GSA's Design Excellence Program has brought architectural significance to many of our country's civic buildings. Among those are Border Stations or Land Ports of Entry buildings. Join principals from Snow Kreilich Architects, Jones Studio, and Robert Siegel Architects as they discuss working with the GSA to design Ports of Entry that are sustainable, efficient, and beautiful gateway buildings. This event is free to the public or offers CE with a paid ticket.More Information
Join The University of Texas School of Architecture for a lecture with Herman Hertzberger, AHH, Amsterdam," The Challenge for Architecture to Be More Socially Conscious and Concerned” live-streamed on the Texas Architecture YouTube channel.More Information
Many are familiar with the LEED Green Building Rating System, but there are many other options for designers and owners looking to create healthy, environmentally conscious buildings. The WELL™ Building Standard, launched in 2015, focuses on the categories of air, water, nutrition, lighting, fitness, comfort, and mind, and how these can be optimized to benefit occupants.More Information