By Biomimicry New England


Our friends over at Biomimicry New England are holding an event this Saturday, November 5th in Amherst, MA, entitled Biomimicry & Living Building Exploration. Instead of spending your Saturday sleeping or catching up on YouTube, make it a productive weekend (and save sleep for Sunday!) by attending this informative event discussing and touring living buildings.

From 9:30AM to 4:00PM, this day will feature lectures as well as tours of two new living buildings, followed by a panel discussion on bio-inspired planning.

The program will include a lecture and tour of the Hitchcock Center by architect Sam Batchelor of designLAB architects. Jason Jewett of Bruner/Cott will discuss the design of Kern Center at Hampshire College and lead a tour of that building. This will be followed by a panel discussion about biomimicry and urban planning.

Panelists will include: Josh stack, Counselor at law & Resilience; Jim Newman, Linnean Solutions and Elisha Long, CV Properties & Biomimicry Professional. Moderator, Peter Lawrence, Biomimicry New England.

Register for the event here!

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