Belief in the power of social interaction to improve quality of life underlies Koning Eizenberg’s interest in sustainable neighborhoods and rethinking of housing, community and educational settings. Julie Eizenberg will explain how it frames the form and flow of their buildings across various scales and building types and examine the emotional intelligence it draws on.
5:30-6:30pm Social Hour – Food and drinks provided
6:30-6:45pm Opening Lecture by Kaarin Knudson (LARCO / KNUDSON)
6:45-7:45pm Main Lecture by Julie Eizenberg
About Koning Eizenberg
Belief in the power of social interaction to improve daily life underlies our interest in sustainable neighborhoods and rethinking of housing, community and educational settings.
Our design process is collaborative and structured to help individuals, organizations and cities realize their goals. It draws on the active participation of Principals Hank Koning, Julie Eizenberg, Brian Lane and Nathan Bishop and is supported by a design and technical team who are similarly invested in humanist values and environmental agenda.
The result is an influential body of work that has been extensively published in the US and abroad, and earned over 150 awards for design, sustainability and historic preservation.
Cover image courtesy Koning Eizenberg.