AIA+2030: Climate Responsive Design at Chatham University’s Eden Hall
The summer evening was idyllic. Not too hot, with a slight breeze from the northwest and white fluffy clouds. Over 30 participants stood at the highest point in Allegheny County, absorbing the fresh air and abundant sunlight, experiencing the inception of tomorrow’s college campus: Chatham University’s Eden Hall. The college was the host of AIA Pittsburgh’s third session of the AIA+2030 Professional Series, focusing on “Climate Responsive Design,” and the venue was perfect. We would start with a baseline, including terminology, strategies, climatology, technical applications, and case studies, presented by Christine Mondor, AIA of evolveEA. Next, a very informative history lesson from Charles Rosenblum of Carnegie Mellon University was presented. He would explain through local and regional cases how people...
Call for Applicants: Leadership Institute for Emerging Professionals
Jul 28, 2016
AIA Pittsburgh’s Foundation for Architecture is looking for people who want to… Learn lifelong skills to build their leadership capacity Improve their ability to work with others Broaden their perspective on the profession Take greater control of their career trajectory Have a greater sense of purpose Learn more! Eligibility Interested applicants must be an Associate AIA member or an AIA member licensed for 10 years or less. Class size is limited. Application process is competitive. Selected participants will be required to sign a commitment statement with signed acknowledgment and support from their firm/place of employment. How to Apply Download the application. Send the application and attached required documents to the Foundation at firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight on July 28, 2016.