///SKINS Newsletter November 2017, Highlights.
Facades, Resilience and Reuse of Modernist Buildings
Journey to the German Heartland for Detmold Conference Week 2017, connecting education and research, scholars and professionals in pursuit of insight into buildings and the built environment through the lens of the building skin.
Exploring how the Built Environment Impacts Human Health
People-centric design is trending in the buildings dialogue, as though we’ve just remembered that, after all, the purpose of buildings is to provide shelter, security and comfort to their occupants. Supported by an AIA Upjohn grant, researcher Kyle Konis explores how daylighting impacts human health.
Recap: Facade Tectonics Forum NYC
The recent Forum – Outside the Lines: Building Facades Redefine Urban Living in NYC – hosted by the Omamental metals Institute of New York was a rousing event that featured what is certainly among the best speaker programs wver organized by the Facade Tectonics Institute
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