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2019 Living Future unConference: Chris Hellstern

Date: 5-1-2019
Time: 1 - 5 p.m.
Location: Hyatt Regency Seattle, Seattle, WA

4-30-2019 | Events

Living Building Challenge Services Director Chris Hellstern will be a panelist for “Closing the Loop: A Collaboration for Better Buildings” at the 2019 Living Future unConference.

Session details:
The past year has seen incredible action from both the A+D and Manufacturing communities in making commitments to a future with healthy buildings and materials for everyone. This summit captures that momentum by providing a space to share, discuss and collaborate to break down industry silos and shape the future of materials in the built environment.

This summit requires a high level of industry knowledge and is intended primarily for companies that have signed onto the recent LP50 Letter or the A+D Materials Pledge, as well as those deeply engaged or interested in joining this collaborative movement to transform the materials economy. The majority of time will be devoted to deep discussion and facilitated collaboration so that all participants leave with new partnerships and clear next steps. Facilitated discussion will be followed by a Happy Hour to allow for continued informal conversation.It’s time to close the loop on transparency and healthy materials and we need everyone to be a part of that conversation. Join us!

Other panelists will include Nadav Malin, President, BuildingGreen, Inc,; Alexandra Muller, Manager, Living Products, International Living Future Institute, Annie Bevan, Global Head of Sustainability, Superior Essex; Lona Rerick, Sustainable Design Leader, ZGF Architects.

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Chris Hellstern

AIA, LFA, Associate, Living Building Challenge Services Director

Every architect should be responsibly designing. According to Chris, influencing architecture from an ecological perspective is the most meaningful impact one can have on the industry, as it is so imperative that the field of architecture move forward at no less than the same speed that the climate changes.   As Miller Hull’s Living Building Challenge Services…

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