BEGIN:VCALENDAR PRODID:-//Solspace/Calendar//EN VERSION:2.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20200404T235239 DESCRIPTION:This program\, co-organized by AIA New York and AIA Brooklyn ’s Custom Residential Architects Networks (CRAN)\, will ex plore the unique experiences of practitioners who live\, wor k\, and design homes in the borough of Brooklyn\, New York C ity.The Brooklyn brownstone is the iconic form of urban resi dential architecture. The historic brownstone-lined streets of this community are well preserved\, treasured by those wh o live there\, command high market values\, and are famous b ackdrops for plays\, stories\, and scripts. Few communities have so many local architects working with one iconic buildi ng typology and the related challenges of historic preservat ion while addressing the contemporary needs and aspirations of their clients and their neighbors.What are those challeng es? How does an architect reinvent the Brooklyn brownstone t o meet the requirements of modern families\, multiple govern ing agencies\, ever-changing building codes\, and the priori ties of their specialized practices\, such as Passive House design practices? What design trends\, technical innovations \, and preservation tools are emerging from the recent work of local practitioners? As practitioners who live in Brookly n\, what architectural\, urban planning\, and environmental policy are they advocating for? And\, what is living and wor king in such a desirable and notorious community like?Paneli sts:Brendan Coburn\, AIA\, Founding Principal\, CWB Architec tsRoy Leone\, AIA\, CPHD\, Founder\, Matter of ArchitectureL isa Mann\, LEED AP\, Co-Founder\, TOLA ArchitectureJames Gar rison\, AIA\, Principal\, Garrison ArchitectsAlexandra Barke r\, AIA\, LEED AP\, Principal\, Barker Associates Architectu re OfficeModerator:Stephen Zacks\, journalist\, architecture critic\, urbanist\, and arts organizer based in New York Ci ty—Please Note: Your registration for this event constitut es your agreement to specific and limited use of your email address\, and possibly your image or voice\, in related comm unications. Learn more in our Privacy Policy and Terms of Us e. Contact with questions.As a reminder\, AIA National policy requires participants to attend the entire educational portion of an event to receive continuing educat ion credits. We encourage all participants to arrive on time to comply with this policy.Organized byAIANY Custom Residen tial Architects Network (CRAN) and AIA Brooklyn CRAN LOCATION:Center for Architecture\, LaGuardia Place\, New York\, NY\, USA DTSTART:20200115T180000 DTEND:20200115T200000 SUMMARY:Residential Architecture Now: Brooklyn END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR