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AIA Silicon Valley Annual Business Meeting
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AIA Silicon Valley Annual Business Meeting

9/12/2018
When: September 12, 2018
6:00 - 8:00 pm
Where: Stanford Huffington Barn / O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm
Stanford University
75 Electioneer Road
Stanford
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham
(408) 298-0611


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Visit the Stanford Huffington Barn on September 12th. Learn how architecture supports best practices in agricultural sustainability on a six-acre farm on the Stanford campus. As the Chapter’s Annual Business Meeting, members will vote on candidates nominated to join the 2019 Board of Directors.

 

Stay on for a panel discussion on the design and building of the O'Donohue Farm and Huffington Barn with Patrick Archie of Stanford's Department of Earth System Science; Chris Wasney, CAW Architects, and Ken Huesey, Hillhouse Construction -- moderated by John Barton of Stanford's Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.

 

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Parking is free after 4 PM

There are parking lots on both sides of O'Donohue Family Stanford Educational Farm

 

6:00 

 

6:10 

 

6:40 

 

7-8:00 

Socialize, food and drink

 

Tours begin

 

Chapter meeting

  

Panel discussion

 


 

APPROVED 1.5 HSW/LU

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

 

· Gain an understanding of the architectural plans to design a durable and functional agricultural building using sustainable pre-fabricated metal and wood materials.

 

· Ascertain the goals and design strategies to achieve generous daylighting in the barn and uncover the benefits to student-learning and productivity.

 

· Take away knowledge of how the architecture of the barn facility advances the mission and pedagogy taking place in an innovative learning center for sustainable agriculture.

 

· Learn about the areas where architecture is making a difference in the work of the Earth, Energy and Environmental Sciences program at Stanford University.


 

 

 


 

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