Join Marvin and AIA’s Historic Resources Committee for a facilitated panel discussion with 3 historic and rehabilitation experts to explore the impact of recent changes to extending the use of an historic building. This continuing education event has been approved by AIA for 1 LU/HSW.
Topics to be addressed by the panelists:
1. How does preservation and design address sustainability for physical, mental, social and economic well-being?
2. What are some of the new design needs you are addressing through preservation regarding accessibility, outdoor space, energy codes, etc.?
3. How does a rehabilitated building reinforce the culture of the community or reflect how the community has changed? What will be the ripple effect of the rehabilitation project?
4. What is the role of review boards when a “temporary” change due to the pandemic has become permanent?
• Eric Piper, Principal of Piper-Wind Architects in Kansas City, MO
• Ashley Wilson, Graham Gund Architect National Trust Emeritus and former chair of Historic Resources Committee
• Elizabeth Rosin, Principal/CEO of Rosin Preservation in Kansas City, MO
SueAnn Pemberton of Mainstreet Architects, Inc., based in San Antonio, TX will be the facilitator.
The 1-hour panel discussion will be followed by Q&A. We look forward to you joining us in this important discussion.