Schedule

Day 1 | October 18, 2019

3:00–5:00 pm REGISTRATION [1.0 AIA LU/HSW]
Light Court Commons White Stag Building, 70 NW Couch Street, Portland, Oregon 97209
5:15–6:30 pm KEYNOTE: From Sustainability to Resilience – Preaching Outside the Choir
142/144 Nina Maritz, Nina Maritz Architects, Windhoek, Namibia
Sponsored by the Jeffrey Cook Charitable Trust
6:30–7:30 pm WELCOME RECEPTION
142/144

Live stream for Keynote: October 18, 2019

Please join US to a  live stream of Nina Maritz keynote, From Sustainability to Resilience – Preaching Outside the Choirfrom the Reynolds Symposium: Education by Design, October 18, 2019 from the White Stag Building in Portland, Oregon at 5:00-6:15 pm PST.

Live Stream

Or in Lawrence Hall room LA 206, at the University of Oregon, Eugene, to view the Webcast with Tom Hahn at the controls!!!

Day 2 | October 19, 2019

[6.0 AIA LU/HSW]
8:00–8:30 am
REGISTRATION
Light Court Commons     
Coffee + Carbs
8:30–8:50 am WELCOME
142/144 Erin Moore, UO School of Architecture & Environment
Nancy Cheng, UO Department of Architecture
John Reynolds, Professor Emeritus, University of Oregon and Walter Grondzik, Ball State University
8:50–9:50 am KEYNOTE: Redefining Design Excellence for a Climate Positive World
142/144 Marsha Maytum, FAIA and Bill Leddy, FAIA, LMSA, San Francisco

 

10:00–11:00 am SESSION 1:  Design Integration 

 

SESSION 2: Design with Climate
152
Chair: Emily McGlohn, Auburn University 142/144        Chair: Ulrike Passe, Iowa State University
Simulating Design Integration in an Architecture Studio Setting
Tom Collins, Walter Grondzik, Ball State University
Service-Learning Projects in Passive Solar Heating through the Sustainable City Year Program
Alexandra R. Rempel, Megan Banks, University of Oregon
Design Integration: Lesson from a Research-Based Design Studio+Seminar
Robert B. Peña, Chris Meek, University of Washington
Design With Comfort
Andrew Cruse, Ohio State University
Making Site Matter: Expanding the Field of Architectural Technology
Robert Arens, Brian Osborn, Carmen Trudell, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
Learning from Innovative CLT Design in the United Kingdom                   
Carolina Manrique, Bruce Haglund, University of Idaho
Promoting Interdisciplinary Integrated Design Education Through Mass Timber
Judith Sheine, Mark Donofrio, University of Oregon, Mikhail Gershfeld, CalPoly Pomona
11:00–11:30 am COFFEE
11:30–12:30 pm SESSION 3: Design Integration SESSION 4: Design with Climate
152 Chair: Nancy Cheng (head of Department of Architecture), University of Oregon 142/144 Chair: Walter Grondzik, Ball State University
Academic Urban Labs: Architectural Design Studios to Address Local Challenges
Montserrat Delpino-Chamy, María Isabel Rivera, Mabel Alarcon, University of Concepción, Chile
Thermodynamic Sunblock: Learning from the 2019 Solar Decathlon Design Challenge
Jonathan Bean, University of Arizona
Building the Curve: Structuring Studio Education as Interactive Inclusion Rather Than Charrette
Robert J. Koester, Ball State University
Beyond Sustainability: Architectural Education in an Ever-Changing Climate
Peter Raab, Texas Tech University
Comfort and Efficiency: Strategies to Develop a Climate Appropriate Affordable Home
Emily M. McGlohn, Auburn University
From Problem to Net Positive: The Transformation of Existing, Inefficient Building Stock
Malini Srivastava, University of Minnesota
Mbesese Build: An Experimental Experience
Kevin Dong, Thomas Fowler, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
When Performance Informs Design
Sandy Stannard, CalPoly San Luis Obispo
12:30–2:00 pm LUNCH
2:00–3:00 pm SESSION 5 : Design Integration SESSION 6: Digital Approaches to Design Education
152 Chair: Siobhan Rockcastle, University of Oregon 141/142 Chair Sharon Refvem, FAIA, Hawley Peterson Snyder
Environmental Design: Moving towards Online Teaching That Encourages Action
Andrea Martinez Arias, Universidad de Concepción, Pablo La Roche, Cal Poly Pomona
Computational Design Thinking and Thinking Design Computing
Arash Soleimani, Kennesaw State University
Educating Design Leaders: The Need for Leadership Education in Schools of Architecture and Proposed Approaches to Meet the Need
Erik Bonnett, Montana State University
Building Knowledge
David Correa, University of Waterloo, AnnaLisa Meyboom, University of British Columbia, Oliver David Krieg, Intelligent City
Creativity, Calculation, & Curation:  Research as a Framework for Cross-Disciplinary Collaboration
Michelle Laboy, David Fannon, Northeastern University
Performative Ornament: Computational and Material Logics of Repetition and Difference
Adam Marcus, California College of the Arts
Evaluating Indoor Environmental Quality and Energy Performance of LEED Certified Buildings
Jaya Mukhopadhyay, Duke Elliot, Shannon Sanders, Montana State University
A BIM-enabled Pedagogical Approach
Ming Hu, University of Maryland
3:00–4:00 pm POSTER PRESENTATIONS + COFFEE
142/144 Chair: John Reynolds, FAIA, University of Oregon
Revisiting a Passive Building Design Education by Observation
Niyati S. Naik, University of Oregon
Embracing Errors: Exploring Deviations in 3d Clay Printing as Design Generators
Meghan Taylor, Ye Sul Cho, Ji Shi, David Correa, University of Waterloo (presented by AnnaLisa Meyboom)
Environmental Humanities: Evaluating the Theory-Practice Gap
Liz Martin-Malikian, Kennesaw State University (presented by Arash Soleimani)

 

4:00–5:00 p IN PRACTICE PANEL: How Did You Get There? 
142/144 Chairs: Marsha Maytum, FAIA and Bill Leddy, FAIA, LMSA, San Francisco
Oregon Zoo Education Center, selected 2019 AIA COTE© Top Ten Award, honoree
OPSIS Architecture: Alec Holser, Partner in Charge
Heather DeGrella,  Senior Associate
5:00–5:20 p CLOSING REMARKS
5:20–7:00 p RECEPTION
142/144  Sponsored by the Society of Building Science Educators

Day 3 | October 20, 2019

[1.5 AIA LU/HSW]
9:30–11:00 am
TOUR: Oregon Zoo Education Center (optional)
  Meet at the Oregon Zoo Education Center, SW Zoo Road Portland, OR 97221
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