The Bullitt Center - Net-Zero Architecture
- Monday, February 24, 2014 from 5:30pm to 6:30pm
- Gaines Hall - view map
Montana State University, School of Architecture, is proud to present Brian Court, who will present his lecture "The Bullitt Center" Monday evening, February 24th at 5:30 p.m., in Gaines Hall, Room 101. Brian will discuss the Bullitt Center, a project that highlights an evolving design process at Miller Hull. The Center, a six-story office building designed to meet the net-zero energy water and waste requirements of the Living Building Challenge required a truly performance-driven process. Codes and other regulatory barriers to Living Buildings will be covered as will high-performance building systems. Day lighting and sustainability will be covered in detail.
A graduate of the College of William and Mary and the University of Washington, Brian Court is a principal with the Miller Hull Partnership in Seattle. Bringing a strong sense of design and a passion for buildings that are finely tuned to their regional and climatic influences, Brian has led the design of a wide variety of project types ranging from small homes to complex institutional projects. Brian served as the lead architect on the Bullitt Center, which is projected to be one of the most energy efficient buildings in the country and targeted to meet the Living Building Challenge, the highest benchmark of sustainable design. In 2013 Brian was the recipient of the AIA Seattle Young Architect Award.
Registered for one hour of AIA HSW Continuing Education Units.
The presentation is part of the School of Architecture's Spring Lecture series and is made possible through generous contributions by members of the School of Architecture's Advisory Council, and gifts through the Montana State University Foundation.
To request public accommodation or accommodation to participate in the above event, please contact Sharon Matney at 994-2921, or Tricia Wimbish, MSU Human Resources, 994-5527.
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