Partner Ron Rochon will be discussing the Miller Hull studio renovations as part of the panel “Seven Living Buildings – Why and How They Did It,” moderated by Living Building Services Director Chris Hellstern.
Taking on the Living Building Challenge is one of the most difficult and rewarding accomplishments in the building industry. Each project is unique in its type, location and opportunities and each project comes with its own set of valuable lessons. The owners who have made these buildings possible have lit a beacon for all of us to follow in the dim realities of the climate crisis and varying global environmental and social challenges. The buildings these visionary leaders have all brought to life have shown what is possible and what is responsible, and they’ve given hope to millions around the world. Come hear their stories and inspirational leadership as we all journey to build more Living Buildings in stewardship of our planet.
Other speakers include Dennis Creech, Fund Advisor, The Kendeda Fund; Denis Hayes, President and CEO, Bullitt Foundation; Jennifer LaFreniere, Principal, Block Architects; Stan Richardson, Campus Planner, The Bertschi School; Todd Vogel, Owner and Managing Director, Loom House, Loom; Karen Hust, Owner, Loom House, Loom.
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…