Principal Margaret Sprug and Partner Rob Misel will be speaking on “Using the Living Building Challenge to Transform Your Organization and Change the World” at the 2019 Living Future unConference.
Session details: Human activity is the largest contributor to climate change. Organizations must lead the way to reverse decades of environmental damage. How can your organization help? The framework of the Living Building Challenge inspired our firm to work and think in a different way, resulting in new approaches and solutions. This voyage opened our eyes to what we can do and how to share this process with our peers. This session takes you on our journey as we discuss what we learned and how we have grown, providing you with the tools to start your own journey, no matter the scale.
Other speakers include Kristin Kelsey, Architecture + Design Lead for HermanMiller.
Since joining Miller Hull in 2000, Margaret Sprug has built a reputation for facilitating complex projects. She helped the firm break new ground with Living Building Challenge projects, including the Bullitt Center in Seattle and The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Margaret’s passion lies in architecture that makes our world…
Since joining Miller Hull in 2002, Rob has led some of the firm’s largest public infrastructure projects and is particularly interested in creating a commitment-based team culture both inside and outside the studio. Rob coordinates Miller Hull’s design approach with a focus on issues related to project budget, constructability and managing the needs of multiple stakeholders.…