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The Great Reset | Series Event 1: Tools for Design Process
How can Architects most effectively engage Clients and Design Teams to integrate climate and resilience strategies during the design phase?
Three skilled design professionals will respond to this question with a short presentation, followed by a roundtable discussion and audience Q&A. Join us to hear how these practitioners from a variety of firm sizes and backgrounds adopt new approaches while they adapt to design in the Climate Age.
This program is accredited by AIASF to provide 1 HSW learning unit to AIA member attendees
Participants will be able to:
- Define design tools and strategies practitioners have adopted in the past year to respond to the increasing disruption of climate change.
- Evaluate approaches to integrating climate and resilience strategies during all design phases.
- Distinguish between tools or methods appropriate for small projects by individual practitioners and methods used by large design teams.
- Engage and motivate Clients and Design Teams to integrate climate and resilience planning in their design projects.
About the Panelists
Katie Ackerly, AIA
Principal | David Baker Architects
Principal Katie Ackerly, AIA, LEED AP, CPHC, is DBA’s Sustainable Design Lead, an industry thought-leader, and an advocate for building decarbonization and housing resilience. Katie joined DBA in 2012, and over the years has brought focus and heft to the firm’s sustainability goals, positioning DBA at the forefront of resilience initiatives in affordable housing design and construction.
Taisuke Ikegami, AIA
Partner | Feldman Architecture
Tai joined Feldman Architecture in 2005, becoming an owner and partner in 2015. He brings over two decades of varied architectural experience, and currently serves as the firm’s Sustainability Director. With a distinct focus on responsive residential design, Tai is particularly adept at creating site-sensitive architecture that incorporates environmentally and ethically responsible strategies.
Corey Squire, AIA
Director | Dept. of Sustainability
Corey Squire is an architect and advocate for sustainable design. He led sustainability efforts at two AIA Firm-Award winning firms and is currently splitting his time between Positive Energy and Dept. of Sustainability. As a member of the AIA Committee on the Environment Advisory Group, Corey is a lead author of the COTE Top Ten Toolkit, a resource that’s helping to redefine design excellence for the built environment.
About the Moderator
Emily Gosack, AIA
Principal | Jensen Architects
An architect with wide-ranging experience, Emily Gosack believes the making of great buildings depends on a well-crafted design process. To this end, she leads the studio in the integration of technology and sustainability measures, maintaining the highest standards for team collaboration and building performance on projects large and small. Since joining JENSEN in 2012, Emily has guided the firm’s multifamily projects, including 3333 California and 2055 Chestnut Street, and has contributed to the studio’s portfolio of award-winning custom residences. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor of Arts in Urban Studies before earning a Master of Architecture at UC Berkeley.
About the Series
THE GREAT RESET is a series of conversations with building industry professionals who are proactively embracing our changing world. Join us to hear how each of them is deepening their commitment to design practice and leadership through new and unique approaches to problem solving, research and advocacy. Sessions will kick-off with short presentations by each panelist in response to a topical question, followed by a roundtable discussion and audience Q&A. The Great Reset – A series of conversations for the Climate Age. Join Us!
EVENT 1 – Tools for Design Practice | Monday July 12th @ 12:30pm PT
EVENT 2 – Research and Technology | Fall 2021
EVENT 3 – Advocacy and Design Leadership | Fall 2021