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Dec

CIP: Owners + Contractors

AIA’s Center for Integrated Practice (CIP) continues its monthly dialogue series, “From the Center for Integrated Practice,” with this issue: Owners + Contractors. Boyd Black is Assistant Vice President for Capital Project Delivery at the University of Chicago; Jim Frey is Senior Vice President at Alberici Group, Inc. In this conversation, they discuss the value …

11
Nov

CIP: On Interoperability

AIA’s Center for Integrated Practice (CIP) continues its monthly dialogue series, “From the Center for Integrated Practice,” with this issue: On Interoperability. Kevin Connolly, AIA, discusses the complexities associated with Interoperability, and how architects can better engage in this important topic.

19
Oct

Visual Quantification of Well-Being: a conversation with Craig Zimring, Ph.D

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, Dr. Craig Zimring discusses how evidence-based methodologies can visually validate active and health-design agendas across a spectrum of project types.

19
Oct

Social Sustainability beyond Today: a conversation with Gunnar Baldwin, LEED AP

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, Gunnar Baldwin, LEED AP, discusses how architects can better deliver friendly, healthier, and more accessible projects through universal design research and practice.

19
Oct

Beyond Infrastructure: a conversation with Andrew Dannenberg, M.D., MPH

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, Andrew Dannenberg, M.D., MPH, discusses how public campaigns, policy, and environment justice issues can engage architects in meaningful ways beyond infrastructure.

19
Oct

Intuition, Research and Tomorrow’s Hospital: a conversation with John Kouletsis, AIA

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, John Kouletsis, AIA, discusses from an owner’s perspective how innovations in evidence-based design are transforming both healthcare and health-design.

11
Oct

Center for Integrated Practice:Practice Management

AIA’s Center for Integrated Practice (CIP) continues its monthly dialogue series, “From the Center for Integrated Practice,” with this issue: On Practice Management. Ray Kogan is President of Kogan & Company and 2011 Chair of the Practice Management Knowledge Community. In this conversation, Ray discusses the value of creating Best Practices to support components of …

14
Sep

Biophillic Design: a conversation with Judith Heerwagen, Ph. D

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, Dr. Judith Heerwagen discusses biophillic design and architecture. She highlights the power natural design elements have in transforming space and user response.

14
Sep

Healthier Lifestyle, Designed: a conversation with Ric Bell, FAIA

AIA’s America’s Design & Health Initiative is focused on the connections between physical activity, obesity, escalating healthcare costs and the positive impact that design can have on those factors. In this conversation, Ric Bell, FAIA, discusses AIA New York’s Fit-City Conferences, Active Design Guidelines, and the ability of the built environment to impact chronic diseases …

14
Sep

Center for Integrated Practice: Betsy del Monte, FAIA

AIA’s Center for Integrated Practice (CIP) continues its monthly dialogue series, “From the Center for Integrated Practice,” with this issue: On Education. The series supports CIP’s goal to provide resources and a network of information on the topic of Integrated Project Delivery (IPD), BIM and collaborative practice. With us today is Betsy del Monte, FAIA.

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