Sustainable Space for Seniors: Design for Aging and the Environment
May 01, 2018
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2018-05-01 18:00:002018-05-01 20:00:00America/New_YorkSustainable Space for Seniors: Design for Aging and the EnvironmentThis program will provide an update on senior housing in New
Hafele Showroom 20 W 22nd Street New York NY 10010
May 01, 2018
5/1/18, 6pm - 8pm
1.5 LU / 1.5 HSW
This program will provide an update on senior housing in New York City, specifically as it relates to accessibility and sustainable design. The panel will bring together perspectives and expertise from architecture, real estate development, municipal government, and accessibility consulting. Panelists will offer insights into trends for senior housing, both new and re-purposed. They will address the pressing issue of housing the city’s aging population while sharing real-world case studies of NYC senior housing projects that have achieved excellence in accessible and energy efficient design.
Panelists: Rich Rosen, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Perkins Eastman
Jack Esterson, Design Partner, Think! Architecture+Design
Isaac Henderson, Development Director, L+M Development Partners
Kleo J. King, Deputy and General Counsel, Mayor’s Office for People with Disabilities
Moderator Steven Winter, FAIA, Founder and Chairman, Steven Winter Associates
Advance registration is required for this event. If any accommodations are needed, please contact Kamaria Greenfield at KGreenfield@aiany.org or (212) 358-6139. Requests should be made as soon as possible but not later than April 24th.
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