E1: Architect Christina Griffin
Release Date: 12/31/2017
In the second episode from the National Institute of Building Sciences 2018 conference, Emma speaks with Ryan Colker, current director of the NIBS Consultative Council and the advisor to the president of the organization. They also discuss his involvement with the Green Sports Alliance and the importance of designing green buildings for a large audience.info_outline E3: James Timberlake, Architect/U.S. Embassy London
During her visit to the 2018 National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) conference in Washington, DC, Emma speaks with James Timberlake, FAIA, LEED Fellow, and founder of the firm KieranTimberlake, about promoting and publicizing sustainable design. His bio can be found here: http://www.kierantimberlake.com/pages/view/181/james-timberlake/parent:5info_outline E2: Ed May, Sustainable Building Expert
Emma speaks with Ed May, an architect and dual-certified Passive House Consultant. Read his bio here: http://www.bldgtyp.com/about/info_outline E1: Architect Christina Griffin
Emma Bowers talks with Christina Griffin, an architect and sustainable building expert practicing in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Her website is www.christinagriffinarchitect.com.info_outline
Emma Bowers talks with Christina Griffin, an architect and sustainable building expert practicing in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Her website is www.christinagriffinarchitect.com.
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