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Providing architects with comprehensive building documentation through laser scanning & building information modeling.

Providing architects with comprehensive building documentation through laser scanning & building information modeling.

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Residential Design Committee

  • COST

    Free and open to the public

  • TYPE

    Knowledge Community

  • AUDIENCE

    Professionals

Sustainability is Beautiful

Please join Deb Katz AIA and Brian Phillips AIA from ISA-Interface Studio Architects LLC for an exciting discussion about the Roxbury E+ project. This AIA award winning design has been able to successful incorporate the City of Boston's Energy Plus (E+) Green Building Program into the design for four 3-story wood framed houses. The Jury noted that "The design is a nice contemporary translation of the historic fabric or neighborhood."

Attendees will be able to learn the following:

  • Methodologies for designing urban infill housing which minimizes environmental impact using both design and technical principals (right sizing layouts, product selections, construction techniques, uses of energy renewables).
  • Considerations for the design of very high performance affordable buildings.
  • Understanding ways to incorporate Net Positive elements into market-rate housing.
  • Information about the Boston Energy Plus Green Building Program and how this could affect your design.

ISA-Interface Studio Architects is an architecture office engaged in design and research projects in cities across the U.S. The studio works closely with project stakeholders to produce buildings, master plans, installations, and conversations that provide innovative solutions for clients while productively addressing changing climates, lifestyles, technologies, and urban environments. The firm is led by principals Brian Phillips and Deb Katz from offices in Philadelphia, PA and Cambridge, MA.

For those who qualify, 1.5 LU/HSWs are available.

To learn more about the Residential Design Committee, visit architects.org/committees/residential-design-committee

Files associated with this and previous meetings can be downloaded from the Residential Design Committee Dropbox.

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