Paul Stoller will be presenting the public lecture.
This will be held at 6pm on Wednesday, 23rd March 2011. level 5 Architecture Studios, UTS – Faculty of DAB (Building 6), 702 – 730 Harris St, Broadway 2007
The Future of Sustainable Design: What’s Next?
As Green design completes its remarkable transition from an aspiration of the architectural community fringe to a mainstream commercial offering of the global property industry, the design world is beginning to wonder what happens next. What is the future of sustainable design? Atelier Ten, one of the world’s foremost environmental design and engineering firms, has been leading the transformation of ecological sustainable design for two decades. During this lecture, principal Paul Stoller will reflect on where the industry stands and will discuss emerging trends that will drive the next generation of Green design and development. Using case studies from the firm’s recent work in the Australia and around the world, Paul will offer glimpses of the next generation of performance-driven communities, buildings, and systems, and he will illustrate the analytical design processes that deliver them.
Paul Stoller, LEED BD+C is a director of Atelier Ten and leader of its global Benchmarking practice, Paul is recognized for environmental planning and design consulting work on large-scale campus, community and urban projects.
Paul’s recent work includes two LEED Platinum rated academic buildings, the tallest LEED project in the United States, the sustainability framework for a major urban medical campus, and a carbon-neutral airport terminal. Currently teaching core courses on environmental design and building services at the Yale School of Architecture, Paul also serves as a visiting lecturer at the Rural Studio at Auburn University and frequently speaks on environmental design and building performance modeling at architecture schools and conferences.
Paul is a LEED Accredited Design Professional, and holds a B.S. and an M.A. in architectural history from the University of Wisconsin, and an M.Arch from Yale University.