The Lighting Practice’s Lillian Knoerzer and Michael Barber will be joining Jonathan Weiss, Director of Sustainability at Jacobs to present “Incorporating LEED and WELL on a New Research Facility,” one of the first “silent” format sessions the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Philadelphia has held during the Forum on Architecture + Design.
Lily, Michael, and Jonathan will be speaking in the Expo Hall at BOK as audience members listen through headphones. The presentation will address how the inclusion of LEED version 4 and the WELL Building Standard impacted the design of a new research facility in South San Francisco. This session will focus on architectural design, materials, and lighting as three of the major components in LEED and WELL. Lily and Michael will be concentrating their discussion on the WELL aspect of the topic.
Incorporating LEED and WELL on a New Research Facility
Presented by Lillian Knoerzer, Associate IALD and Michael Barber, Associate IALD, LEED AP BD+C of The Lighting Practice and Jonathan Weiss, AIA, LEED AP, WELL AP, Director of Sustainability at Jacobs
Friday, October 5, 2018
1:05 PM – 2:05 PM
Expo Hall at BOK
1 AIA LU (HSW)
The Forum on Architecture + Design is an educational and expo event that curates educational content for professionals who help shape the built environment. The event offers designers, civic leaders, manufacturers, technology providers, and real estate developers accredited continuing education programs, tours, keynote sessions, a three-day expo, and networking opportunities. The event will take place at BOK in Philadelphia October 3 to 5, 2018.
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