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Buildings=Energy

Saturday, Jan 21, 2012

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, about 40% of the nation's energy consumption is attributed to buildings. This installation explores how critical choices by people in the fields of design, planning, engineering, government, building management, and occupant behavior can make positive energy changes in our cities. Each portion of the exhibition uses a different lens to look at energy: from calculating embodied energy in building materials, to the process of design decisions made across a building’s lifecycle, to tools used to assess and analyze energy, to municipal and community programs that bring awareness to energy issues in New York City’s built environment. Now through January 21, 2012

Sponsor: AIA- New York Chapter & Center For Architecture Foundation

Curator:Donna Zimmerman

Research Advisor: Fiona Cousins, Arup

Date: Now through January 21, 2011

Location: AIA-NY, 535 La Guardia Place (near Bleecker Street)

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