Johnson Classroom 204
78 Chateau Road
Middlebury, VT 05753
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Open to the Public

Welcome by Pieter Broucke, Director of Architectural Studies
Introduction and Q&A by Sam Ostrow, Visiting Assistant Professor of Architecture

As our planet warms, change is happening at an alarming rate. Natural disasters occur more frequently, endangering the health and resiliency of many species, including humanity. Natural systems and processes race to adapt as human activity and exploitation of resources challenge thebalance and capacity of our planet.  What does this mean for architecture? Architects operate comfortably in future tense. We are trained to think about, imagine, instruct, and plan for acollective and sustainable future. In their presentation, Andrea and Megan will share information about VIA’s proactive and forward-thinking design and construction processes. They will share several projects that carefully consider resilience, equity, accessibility, carbon, and (of course!) delight.


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Davico, Michaela