AIA Conference on Architecture 2019: Built to Last – How Public Architecture Stands the Test of Time
June 5 at 8:00 am - 5:30 pm UTC-5
AIA’s annual Conference on Architecture is going to Las Vegas! This year’s program features 3 full days of conference seminars, tours and workshops, taking place June 6-8, 2019.
We’re excited to join the fun a day early! Eric Corey Freed, Sustainability Disruptor, will be co-presenting a full-day Pre-Conference Workshop on June 5 titled Built to Last: How Public Architecture Stands the Test of Time.
More information on this session here.
For centuries, our civic buildings have been pillars of excellence, representing the best of art, architecture, innovation, and technology.
In four sessions, this workshop will explore how public architecture stands the test of time. You’ll dive into renovation and restoration in morning sessions focused on San Franciso City Hall and the Transbay Terminal. Afternoon sessions will leap forward to the 2030 zero carbon challenge for buildings and the influence of machine learning and AI on the future.
You’ll gain insights into the various ways public architects work with the private sector to deliver civic architecture and placemaking.
This full-day session takes place from 8 am to 5:30 pm on Wednesday, June 5.