Principal Margaret Sprug will be discussing The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech as part of the panel “Building Hope: Teaching in a Living Building.”
Session details: The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at the Georgia Institute of Technology aims to successfully meet the highest standard in sustainable building, the Living Building Challenge (v3.1). The Kendeda Building redefines and reinvents existing pedagogies while also targeting net positive energy, water, and waste. This project demonstrates how sustainable design can have an impact beyond just the built environment when designing new learning spaces that provide students with a healthier future. We will share our programming process and the impacts it had on pedagogy as well as other aspirations for using the project as a research and learning tool.
Other speakers include Shan Arora, Director, The Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech; Alissa Kingsley, Associate/Project Architect, Lord Aeck Sargent.
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