Conference on Architecture 2019
June 6-8, 2019
Blueprint for a Better Future
Cities like Las Vegas, with its excess and ever-changing landscape, capture the world’s imagination. They’re incubators for transformation, and they’re leading trends that influence your work.
Master New Skills
An unrivaled range of seminars, tours, workshops and expo credit sessions bring the best new work and trending topics to you. You'll also earn your HSW, ADA, GBCI and AIA LU credits for the year.
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HOUSE EVENT OF THE YEAR
Learn from internationally known speakers, explore a wide-range of innovative Passive House products, network with fellow attendees and don’t miss the memorable NAPHN dinner.
June 27-28, 2019
The NAPHN19 Conference, June 27-28th, will investigate how professionals and policymakers are implementing Passive House, at scale, today.
From fully certified buildings to rethinking how their work and built environment – from schools to high rises – is approached in new ways, utilizing the Passive House methodology and making critical climate impacts. The event asks, how are professionals and policymakers making Passive House work for them, in New York, across the US and Canada, and around the world – and in the process, showing the transformation in how they work.
NAPHN19 sets itself apart from other building conferences through its multi-disciplinary content and engaging audience that includes:
We will also have exciting networking events including workshops, tours of Passive House buildings in the NYC area, open bars at the expo and a reception and NAPHN dinner.
Learn more and register: https://naphnconference.com/
Boscobel House and Gardens
1601 Route 9D
Garrison, NY 10524
Date and Time
Tue, July 16, 2019, 8:00 AM -
Wed, July 17, 2019, 5:00 PM
TRADITIONAL BUILDING CONFERENCE
Boscobel Mansion, Garrison, NY
July 16-17, 2019
Boscobel Mansion stands as a testament to the power and importance of traditional building philosophy and practices. Completed in 1808 as the dream house of wealthy Loyalists, the Neoclassical mansion fell into disrepair in the 1950s and was demolished. Preservationists saved as many architectural fragments as possible and reassembled them fifteen miles north where the structure was restored beyond its original grandeur. Boscobel’s interiors display one of the finest collections of New York furniture from the Federal period, including documented examples by America’s most celebrated cabinetmaker, Duncan Phyfe. The property offers spectacular views of the tranquil Hudson Valley.
Join us this summer for the second Traditional Building Conference of 2019. Winners of the 2019 Palladio Awards will be recognized during a ceremonial dinner on the first night of the conference.
Learn more and register https://www.traditionalbuildingshow.com
Financing the Energy Future
2755 Station Avenue
Center Valley, PA
Thursday, July 25, 2019
9:00 Opening Session
10:00-5:00 Breakout Tracks
Energypath 2019 – Financing the Energy Future
Energypath brings together cutting-edge industry professionals and rising college graduates to learn and network. Over 300 professionals and students attended Energypath 2018 and heard from the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Patrick McDonnell, the Chairman of the Pennsylvania Utility Commission, Gladys Brown and the Manager of Renewable Services at PJM Interconnection LLC, Kenneth Schuyler.
This year, Energypath will focus on “Financing the Energy Future.” With innovations in renewable energy and energy efficiency technologies emerging at an exponential rate, our energy portfolio is becoming increasingly sustainable. This shift towards a more sustainable future is made easier by recent advancements in energy financing. This conference will feature both energy and financial experts that work in the shifting renewable energy and energy efficiency market.
Download the Workshop Write-ups. Register at www.Energypath.org. (AIA members receive a discount by using code IP2019 during registration.)
2019 Women's Leadership Summit: Reframe, Rethink, Refresh
September 12 – 14, 2019
AIA Women's Leadership Summit (WLS) is one of the only gatherings where women architects and designers are surrounded by other women in a professional setting. That creates a candid, comfortable environment where women can contribute unique perspectives and facilitate conversations about challenges within the industry: Gaining respect on a construction site, negotiating, managing remote teams, getting promoted, and many others.
The first WLS began as a grassroots effort to bring together women principals of architecture firms, women in leadership positions, and women architects moving into leadership roles across the country for an intense two-day summit focusing on leadership and design. Today, the summit spans a diverse spread of career stages and seeks to support all women in the profession.
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