Solar Architecture 203

  • 10 Apr 2010
  • 9:30 AM - 12:59 PM
  • Howard Alan Studio, 849 W Armitage Ave, Chicago, IL, 60614

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Howard Alan Architects has 30 years of experience as a design/build group specializing in organic architecture, passive and active solar and alternative energy conservation.

Solar Architecture 203 will focus on how to incorporate passive and active solar energy into building design and why it is important.

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Howard Alan's Studio is in Lincoln Park about 1.5 miles west of Lake Michigan.  The entire 2nd floor is designed to capture the sun's heat and store it in the masonry walls, concrete floor, and the 5 fiberglass tubes of water.  A radiant heating system is embedded in the concrete floors for back up heat.  The building is insulated on the exterior side of the outer walls acting exactly like a winter coat to keep our body heat from radiating to a colder exterior.

Instructors

Howard Alan
Howard is a leading urban Architect designing buildings that are sustainable and incorporate passive and active solar and alternative energy.

Jim Gill, P.E., LEED AP and HERS rater
Jim is a licensed professional engineer with over thirty years experience in building, infrastructure and site construction, as well as environmental remediation.  He consults on energy efficiency and renewable energy systems for commercial and residential buildings.  He is also an ISEA Board member.

Registration
Members $59, member guests $49
Non-members $79, non-member guests $79

 

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