Record on the Road Los Angeles

Los Angeles

November 21, 2019

Los Angeles Athletic Club

AIA
2.25 AIA HSW | LUs
 
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2.25 PDH

Designing for Resilience

More and more, Southern California is the target of some of nature’s worst disasters: earthquakes, drought, and wild fires. Three leading architects will present architecture at every scale—from infrastructure to commercial, civic and public projects—and show how they incorporate resilient features to anticipate and weather such catastrophes. They will also discuss design strategies that can help mitigate the climate crisis that is increasing the frequency and severity of drought and fires.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Explain the role of land-use policy in exacerbating the risk of wild fires.
  2. Describe landscape and architectural strategies that can mitigate the risk of wild fires and the mud slides that often follow them.
  3. Discuss how infrastructure designed to elevated seismic standards can create social resilience in and among underserved communities.
  4. Discuss landscape and architectural tactics for conserving water appropriate for California.

Registration is complimentary, but limited to architects, engineers and designers.

SPONSORED BY:

CRL Architectural Systems

 

In Partnership With:

AIA California


Moderator

Cathleen McGuigan
Cathleen McGuigan
Editor-in-Chief
Architectural Record
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Panelists

Eizenberg
Julie Eizenberg, FAIA
Founding Principal
Koning Eizenberg
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Hale
Bob Hale, FAIA
Principal & Creative Director
Rios Clementi Hale Studios
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Maltzan
Michael Maltzan, FAIA
Principal
Michael Maltzan Architecture
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SCHEDULE

4:45 PM – 5:15 PM
Registration Open

5:15 PM – 6:15 PM
Sponsored CEU

6:15 PM – 7:30 PM
Editorial Symposium

7:30 PM – 8:15 PM
Cocktail Reception

LOCATION

Los Angeles Athletic Club
431 West Seventh Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014
(213) 625-2211