Eco Wave Workshops 2005

San Francisco – Friday, June 17, 2005

Los Angeles – Friday, June 24, 2005

New York City – Wednesday, July 6, 2005

Boston – Friday, July 8, 2005

The latest and most important facts on green building, sustainable planning, and ecological design, costs, and technology. Everything you need to know about the new wave of ecological design and green building.

• Dozens of dramatic case studies of innovative design and construction. Many never before seen.

• How to sell clients on ecological design benefits.

• Buildings that improve the environment and become producers rather than consumers.

• Why many buildings do not need HVAC systems and never did.

• Complete rundown on the latest, easiest ways to meet LEED standards.

• Why full-fledged green buildings now cost barely 2% more than conventional buildings.

• New, extraordinary returns on investment for hospitals, schools, office buildings, stores, and housing.

Workshop 1

Materials & Methods

9:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

•  Earth Materials

•  Green Roofs & Green Walls

•  Straw Bale & Timber — Small Scale and Large

•  Photovoltaics

•  Recycled Materials

•  Double-Skin Facade Systems

•  Bamboo & Other Alternatives to Wood

•  Straight Facts on Hybrid Materials such as Rastra, Structurally-Engineered Panels, Polycarbonates

Workshop 2
Energy & Environment

1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

•  Passive and Active Solar

•  Solar Cooling

•  Natural Lighting

•  Avoiding Toxic Air & Materials

•  Energy-Saving Everything

•  Harvesting Wind & Rain

•  Recycling Waste, Bioremediation & Site Remediation

Presented by Fred A. Stitt, Architect; Director, San Francisco Institute of Architecture; creator of The Ecological Design Handbook, published by McGraw-Hill, and the upcoming, encyclopedic book, Eco Wave: New Architectural Standards of Ecological Design & Construction.

Detailed case-study presentations of all that’s new and working best in Ecological Design; the most condensed and informative program you’ll find anywhere. Completely objective — no commercial interests, no ideology, no bias — just the facts.

3 AIA CES H/S/W units per workshop.

Pre-enrollment required. Save up to $100 per workshop with early bird enrollments:

Enroll by June 3, 2005
for Los Angeles and San Francisco workshop discounts.

Enroll by June 17, 2005
for New York and Boston workshop discounts.

__ San Francisco, Friday, June 17, 2005
San Francisco Institute of Architecture, San Francisco.

__ Los Angeles, Friday, June 24, 2005
UCLA campus conference center

__ New York City, Wednesday, July 6, 2005
NYU campus conference center

__ Boston, Friday, July 8, 2005
Boston Architectural Center

__ Enrollment in S.F. or L.A. workshops by June 3, 2005,
$98 per workshop per person.

__ Enrollment in S.F. or L.A. workshops after June 3, 2005,
and prior to the workshop, $150 per workshop per person.

__ On site payment, $200 per workshop per person.
Pre-registration reservation required.

__ Enrollment in New York City or Boston workshops by June 17, 2005,
$98 per workshop per person.

__ Enrollment in New York City or Boston workshops after June 17, 2005,
$98 per workshop per person.

__ On site payment, $200 per workshop per person.
Pre-registration reservation required.