AIA National Convention Exhibition

Be sure to see the Zero Energy Housing exhibit at the AIA National Convention in Atlanta, May 14-16.

We will be sharing work from the past year which demonstrates our ambitions related to housing and energy, and most importantly, the changing face of architectural education in relation to alternative energy capture, higher efficiencies, rapid evolution of upstream technologies and applications, and more robust software platforms.   The definition of sustainability is evolving, moving to transform integral parts of architectural practice and education from a purely tectonic trajectory to a more thermodynamic comprehension of the design project in total.

DWELL ON DESIGN: Designing for Future Generations: Zero Energy Housing

Michael spoke at the Dwell on Design 2014 | Architecture for Humanity show to a lively crowd, featuring the work of Georgia Tech and Gamble + Gamble.  13 Students from Georgia Tech were there, and had two days of inspirational walkabouts through Brooklyn and New York.


Students are gearing up for Midterms today, with lots of effort put into defining how Georgia Tech's Living Learning Community will work - from classrooms to housing.  We have a number of guests coming in today to expand the dialogue.

We all meet in New York on Thursday in search of inspiration with stops to see friends, fine buildings and public spaces, and most importantly to share ideas at Architecture for Humanities Design Like You Give A Damn Meeting, and Dwell Magazines Dwell on Design.

More to come . . . . . .