Sprawl: Revolution or Disaster 10/12/ -13/07 by 10/8

“THE FUTURE OF THE EAST ENDSPRAWL / THE PUBLIC REALM / THE SPIRIT OF THE PLACE

Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13, 2007

A Symposium co-sponsored by Stony Brook Southampton and AIA Peconic – The Planning and Governance Committee, Edvin Stromsen AIA, Chair

AIA Peconic Chapter present an annual lecture on architecture and the environment ” REVOLUTION OR DISASTER

Stony Brook Southampton will be a leader in the environmental issues of the world with it’s environmental degree program, an institute for environmental design and architectural school. This symposium will examine initiatives related to the revolutionary potential of the school, current local and regional planning studies, global concerns and some visionary proposals.

This symposium will held in Chancellors Hall at Stony Brook Southampton.

REGISTRATION: FRIDAY, $30 per person / SATURDAY $45 per person. Four CES credits for professional Architectes can be obtained each day for an additional $ 75 per day. RSVP is required no later than OCTOBER 8  call 631-728-7832 or e-mail: aiapeconic@USA.net.

Friday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. breakfast & lunch included
PRINCIPAL SPEAKERS
Lance Brown, FAIA – Architecture + Urban Design
Scott Carlin – LIU Professor of Environmental Science
Dr. Martin Schoonen – Interim Dean of Stony Brook at Southampton
PRESENTATIONS – Five Towns Rural Transit proposal & Sustainable East, End Development Strategies study, RELI (Renewable Energy Long Island), various East End Municpal planning studies, a thesis project- A new Town Hall and Urban Design for Riverhead, a visionary multifamily/hamlet project by Maziar Behrooz AIA and more
PANEL DISCUSSION & AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Saturday 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. breakfast & lunch included
The Duck Project – presented by Eva Growney, AIA
A tour of Hubbard Park with Assemblyman Englebright
PowerPoint Presentation & Panelists:
Bill Reed, AIA, founding member of LEED
Dr. Martin Schoonen – Interim Dean of Stony Brook at Southampton
Bob DeLuca, President of Group for the East End
Zak Studenroth, Historian and Director of the Sag Harbor Whaling Museum
and a representative of Suffolk County Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation.

RSVP REQUIRED: by October 8 for FRIDAY and SATURDAY

call 631-728-7832 or e-mail: aiapeconic@USA.net.

REGISTRATION:
FRIDAY $ 30 per person (includes lunch)
SATURDAY $ 45 per person (includes lunch & bus tour)
Architects & Landscape Architects can obtain 4 HSW credits for each day for an additional $ 75 for each day

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