January 23, 2014 – January 24, 2014
Thursday January 23, 2014
9:00 AM to 5:30PM - 8 HSW LU/CEU
SUSTAINABLE SOLUTIONS IN ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
Natural ventilation - sustainable HVAC - Air quality: Toxicity of finish materials, mold, materials & the "sink" effect
Lighting & progress in sustainable lamps technologies; LED, Full Spectrum lighting.
Friday January 24, 2014
9:00am to 12:30pm - 3 HSW CEU/LU
F. L. WRIGHT AND SUSTAINABLE ARCHITECTURE
F.L. Wright concepts of organic and sustainable architecture. Architecture according to geographical areas,
Organic, natural and local materials toward a cradle to cradle cycle. Changes in volumes, natural ventilation, daylighting.
The aesthetic of Wright’s designs.
1:30am to 5:00pm - 3 HSW CEU/LU
WOMEN ARCHITECTS AND THEIR LEGACY
Julia Morgan - Eillen Grey - Zaha Hadid - Marion Mahony Griffin & others
In 1904, Julia Morgan: first woman licensed to practice architecture in California - the first woman to receive the Paris Beaux-Arts certification in architecture.
Marion Mahony: Wright’s first employee - world's first woman officially licensed as an architect…..
And the interesting projects from many talented women.
*If 14 HSW-LU/CEU taken in 2 days for $ 299.00 = saving $ 56.00*
Effective March 2013:
ARCHITECTS must obtain 24 HSW hours of continuing education for renewal of their license.
INCLUDING 2 HSW CEU about the FLORIDA ADVANCED BUILDING CODE COURSE.
NO MORE Self-directed study for Architects to get credits.
INTERIOR DESIGNERS are required to complete 20 hours of continuing education (14 hours in health, safety, and welfare related courses, 2 hours in the Florida Building Code advance course, and 4 hours in optional or health, safety, and welfare related courses). In Florida the renewal period starts March 1, 2013 and finishes February 28, 2015.