Are you struggling to make your architecture, construction, or engineering practice more deeply green? Are you finding barriers to change with your staff, partners, or clients? There is growing interest in Living Buildings, Net Zero, WELL, Passivhaus, and other programs that require a different type of practice. Yet, it’s challenging to change business as usual. Join us in this two-day, galvanizing retreat with peers from various firms looking to make a substantial change to practice.
How can you and your team help clients re-connect to their place and community to discover regenerative development choices? What new questions and habits does your team need to be able to move your projects toward greater social, economic, and environmental performance? We will share what we are learning on the cutting edge of regenerative practice, explore Living Building examples, and practice integrative design techniques.
There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about.
– Meg Wheatley
Jason F. McLennan
Jason is a designer, visionary, and founder of McLennan Design. He is also the founder of the International Living Future Institute and creator of the Living Building Challenge. Jason will be the keynote speaker, facilitator, and provocateur for this event.
Phaedra is an architect, planner, consultant, and the Director of Regenerative Design at McLennan Design. She will be a speaker, facilitator, instigator, and mentor at this event.
Two Sessions Available
First session: November 30 – December 1, 2017
Second session: February 1 – February 2, 2018
$650 per person (exclusive of room and board)
$50 savings for registration before November 3rd
Qualifies for AIA, USGBC, or ILFI self-reported continuing education credits.
To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org.