Join us on Wednesday, December 4, at 2 pm ET for our live Twitter chat, AIA Chat. We’ll be chatting about all things sustainability with Frank O'Brien-Bernini, chief sustainability officer at Owens Corning.
• If you attended Greenbuild, what did you find interesting or what was your biggest takeaway from the show?
• How will the new LEED v4 building certification standard affect your day-to-day work?
• What resources do you seek from building products manufacturers to improve sustainability in building envelope design?
• Do you think net-zero building projects will become more common in the near future?
What is AIA Chat?
AIA Chat is an ongoing, open dialogue among architects and other design professionals which takes place on the social networking site Twitter. Occurring monthly on the first Wednesdays, AIA National moderates the chat with occasional guests. The chats focus on a variety of architecture practice related topics (e.g., green design, mentorship, education, economy, etc.). To take part in the chats, participants follow the hashtag #aiachat.
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What: Live Twitter Chat
Who: AIA National
When: 2–3:30 p.m. ET the first Wednesdays of the month
Select Chat Transcripts
November: Leadership Roles in Sustainability
October: Social Impact Design
September: All Things IDP
August: Women in Architecture
February: Transparency in Sustainable Design
December: The Design Process
November: The Value of Licensure
October: Social Impact Design and Pro Bono Work
September: Gender and Design
August: What Makes a City Livable?
June: What Should Architecture Students Learn in School?
May: Architecture in the Media, Part I, Part II
April: What Do Young Architects Need to Succeed?
March: A Chat with NCARB
February: Building Informational Modeling
January: Where is Architecture Profession Headed in 2012?
December: Keeping It Real—A Frank Chat on Diversity
November: Architects’ Compensation
October: Building Security
August: Designing 21st-Century Learning Environments
July: Women in Architecture