Urban Sustainability Forum: Sustainable Architecture
Posted by on September 1, 2006
Urban Sustainability Forum – Sept. 21st in Philadelphia
?Sustainable Architecture: How Building Green is Transforming the World?
Thursday, September 21st
Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Ben Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia PA, 19103
The forum is proud to announce the first event in the fall series – a panel of renowned architects, builders and owners who are building green at both large and small scale – and in the process are changing what our homes, workplaces, cities and whole regions look and feel like.
Come hear about the current state of sustainable architecture in Philadelphia and around the world; and maybe also discover some new ideas to help Philly in its quest to be a sustainable city too!
Confirmed guests include:
* Bruce S. Fowle, FAIA, LEED, Senior Principal and Co-Founder, FXFowle Architects, PC
* Carlton Brown, COO and Co-Founder, Full Spectrum NY LLC
* Scott Kelly, AIA, LEED, Principal and Co-Founder, Re:Vision Architecture
RSVPs are strongly suggested so that everyone gets a seat. Please RSVP to Roland Wall at the Academy of Natural Sciences, by phone at (215) 299-1108; or at firstname.lastname@example.org
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