Perkins Eastman Speaking Engagements

Speaking Engagements المحاضرات 专题演讲

  • Building of the Day Tour: The Wharf

    AIA|DC Architecture Month 2018Sarah Watling LEED AP ND April 20, 2018, Washington, DC

    In the 1950s, the District’s Southwest quadrant became the subject of the very first implementation of federally-funded urban renewal in the US. By 1968 these initiatives had already displaced most of the residents and businesses and failed to adequately integrate the neighborhood with the city.

    Today, The Wharf is one of the largest developments on the East Coast. It is a large neighborhood envisioned on a small scale, in which every square foot of space is utilized, mobility and accessibility are prioritized, and a fully activated urban environment extended up to (and beyond) the water’s edge. This once underutilized site, in which only nine businesses and 193,000 square feet of built space occupied 23 acres, will feature 3.2 million square feet of mixed-use development when it is completed in 2021.

    Join AIA|DC and Perkins Eastman's Sarah Watling to explore how The Wharf takes a revolutionary approach to large-scale urban design by bringing the city directly to its waterfront.

  • Centers for Healthy Living: Optimizing Wellness of the Mind, Body, and Spirit

    Environments for Aging Expo & ConferenceClaire Dickey AIA, LEED AP April 22, 2018, Savannah, GA

    In answer to the growing demand for comprehensive and meaningful wellness programs for seniors, a new building typology is emerging called Centers for Healthy Living, or CHLs. These whole-person wellness centers optimize the eight core dimensions of wellness: emotional, environmental, intellectual, physical, occupational, spiritual, social, and financial. This session will explain the evolution of CHLs, demonstrate the core elements of the CHL building typology (including programming and design), and identify who is building these facilities and why. See case study examples from both the high-end market and more competitive middle market. Explore the future of CHLs and ways they can drive multi-industry convergence for greater intergenerational success.

  • Webinar: Independent Living Trends 2018

    Senior Housing NewsMartin Siefering AIA April 26, 2018, Webinar

    Investment in independent living communities are growing rapidly and show the greatest interest for the industry this year based upon our 2018 SHN Outlook Survey. With a multitude of capital providers willing to finance senior living, developers and operators need to carefully consider the conceptual design and planning, the design and construction of these communities.

    We've compiled a panel of professionals in investment, planning, design and construction to give you best practices when looking at independent living projects.

  • Sustainable Space for Seniors: Design for Aging and the Environment

    AIANY Center for ArchitectureRichard Rosen AIA, LEED AP May 1, 2018, New York, NY

    This program will provide an update on senior housing in New York City, specifically as it relates to accessibility and sustainable design. The panel will bring together perspectives and expertise from architecture, real estate development, municipal government, and accessibility consulting. Panelists will offer insights into trends for senior housing, both new and re-purposed. They will address the pressing issue of housing the city’s aging population while sharing real-world case studies of NYC senior housing projects that have achieved excellence in accessible and energy efficient design.

  • Mitigating Your Risk - 5 Critical Steps to a Successful Senior Living Development Project

    2018 Senior Housing News SummitJoseph Hassel IIDA May 3, 2018, Chicago, IL

    Are you thinking about developing a senior housing project or expanding your company's footprint? With competition from existing operators and new participants entering the senior housing space, developers, owners and operators need to take steps to mitigate their development risk to ensure that their projects are positioned from success right from the point of inception.

    Existing owners, operators and developers will learn new perspectives and those looking to enter the market will come away with a greater understanding of the planning and development process for senior housing. This panel of experts will share ideas on delivering projects on-time and on-budget.

  • Stay Competitive: Master Plan Results

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionLeslie Moldow FAIA May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this late-morning education session, Principal Leslie Moldow will address best practices to educate and engage existing residents, board and staff in the process to reach a consensus that supports the future direction of the organization and plan.
    Session participants will further discuss how to ensure that the plan is meeting the targets as determined by the market and that it is financially sound and supports the on-going mission of the organization well into the future. Finally, attendees should understand how the uniqueness of your own community and its issues can generate an exciting new direction that keeps your community competitive in its target market.

  • 20 Years of Innovation: Changing the Culture of Memory Care

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionLeslie Moldow FAIA May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this education session at the annual LeadingAge CA Conference, Principal Leslie Moldow will lead participants in a discussion on the history, importance, and future of person-centered memory care environments. Further, attendees will discover lessons learned and research findings about how the physical environment can support people with dementia, and learn how to successfully implement a specialized program to support people with cognitive impairments.

  • Leveraging Connections: Senior Development in Retail & Cultural Districts

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference & ExpositionSoo Im AIA, NCARB, LEED AP May 8, 2018, Pasadena, CA

    For this afternoon education session, Associate Principal Soo Im will lead attendees in a discussion about the traditional barriers that have existed between the senior living community and the community at large, and how a mixed-use strategy will help dissolve these boundaries. Further, session participants will discuss ways to integrate the senior living community with the greater community through the development of retail, cultural districts, and inter-generational socialization opportunities, and the possible benefit of cost by forming informal partnerships with local retailers; and finally, look at examples of the latest designs in senior living environments that incorporate mixed-use, retail and cultural districts as part of the overall planning of the site.

  • It Takes A Village: Translating Lessons from a Dutch Dementia Village

    LeadingAge New York Annual Conference & ExpoJennifer Sodo May 23, 2018, Saratoga Springs, NY

    For this education session at LeadingAge NY, Jennifer Sodo will examine the architectural design and operations of emerging models for senior housing and care in the Netherlands, in particular Hogeweyk Dementia Village, located in the village of Weesp. Participants will be asked to consider the regulatory philosophy necessary to achieve environments similar to those in the Netherlands, as well as compare and contrast trends in the United States to those in the Netherlands and identify opportunities to draw from these emerging models.

  • Centers for Healthy Living: How a New Building Typology is Supporting Seniors

    EDRA49 ConferenceEmily Chmielewski EDAC June 8, 2018, Oklahoma City, OK

    An emerging trend in senior living design is to knit wellness services and amenity spaces together in a new building typology, aptly named centers for healthy living (CHLs). The convergence of the healthcare and senior living sectors, coupled with many seniors' interest in aging-in-place, is reshaping how the senior living industry designs for and delivers care and services to seniors. Over the last decade, CHLs have begun to crop up around the nation, on life plan community campuses as well as in the form of stand-alone, neighborhood or regional community centers. These programs are helping to bridge the existing gap between healthcare and senior living, going beyond the typical provision of clinic and exercise spaces to address all eight dimensions of whole-person wellness: emotional, environmental, intellectual, physical, occupational, spiritual, social, and financial. To explore the new CHL building typology, a design research study was recently conducted by Perkins Eastman to inform not only their own work but also the industry as a whole.

  • Unlocking the Implementation Conundrum of Resilience Projects

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureAyodele Yusuf, Assoc. AIA June 20, 2018, New York, NY

    What is the "implementation conundrum?" At this session, you'll hear from chief resilience officers (CROs) from three US cities on their respective resilience strategies. The discussion will examine the issues each CRO faces with the resilience projects identified in their respective strategies.

    You'll also explore ideas and key principles to apply toward unlocking implementation of resiliency projects in your own community and practice. (WE109)

  • The Rockaways: Building a Resilient Transit-Oriented Community (Tour)

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureEric C.Y. Fang AIA, LEED AP June 20, 2018, Queens, NY

    Explore the Rockaways, the site of a popular seaside resort in the 1800s. After the site was neglected for decades, large-scale development provided the badly needed capital for infrastructure improvements.

    The mixed-use, mixed-income development Arverne by-the-Sea (Perkins Eastman) was among the first private-public partnerships that not only created new residential communities, but also brought roadway and drainage infrastructure, spurring the economic development of the wider area.

    Join this exciting tour and explore Arverne's resilient design features, which helped it survive Hurricane Sandy. You'll also see post-hurricane improvements, including a new boardwalk (WXY Studio) and comfort buildings (Sage and Coombe Architecture). Boxed lunch included. (ET128a)

  • Forensic Architecture: Making of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum (Tour)

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureNicholas Leahy AIA, LEED AP June 20, 2018, New York, NY

    Get an intimate look at the neighborhood that was once the nation's most active immigrant portal. This fascinating tour exposes the literal layers of history that comprise the urban campus of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum, a unique civic resource that preserves the buildings and stories of this historic neighborhood. The architects at Perkins Eastman describe their approach to the museum as "forensic architecture," preserving a century-old tenement and revealing the stories of nearly 20,000 residents who lived there from the late 1800s through the 1970s. This tour will challenge visitors to examine the role of architecture and design in enabling history to speak to contemporary audiences. (ET137a)

  • Building for Density & Affordability: Creating Resilient Equitable Urban Communities

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureTheodore Liebman FAIA June 22, 2018, New York, NY

    As global cities address the need for more affordable housing, little attention is paid to how these communities become socially and economically resilient. Amenities, including education, healthcare, retail, and open space are essential, along with civic engagement.

    Low-rise, high-density (LRHD) housing prototypes have introduced quantifiably better models for urban living compared to "tower in the park" models. Join this session and hear from an expert panel as they examine LRHD models around the globe and discuss the future of affordable housing and resilient communities. (FR407)

  • How Cities Can Get Their Senior Friendly Groove On!

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureRichard S. Rosen AIA, LEED AP June 23, 2018, New York, NY

    The baby boomer generation is spurring a sea change in residential design for older adults. Join this seminar to hear from a panel of national senior-living design experts. You'll learn about the latest developments in age-friendly design, the evolution of housing approaches for seniors, and innovative efforts to connect seniors to their surrounding communities.

    You'll also hear about emerging insights, trends, and innovations in housing for seniors, and learn how these trends dovetail with efforts to create age-friendly cities and communities throughout the country. (SA306)

  • Holding Ourselves to Higher Standards: Healthy Materials Every Time

    A18: AIA Conference on ArchitectureTanya Mejia, Assoc. AIA June 23, 2018, New York, NY

    While architects wouldn't knowingly approve building materials that have negative effects on human health, unhealthy materials are nevertheless available in the marketplace. Therefore, due to cost or convenience, these less-than-ideal materials may end up in use on your projects.

    Join this seminar to explore how architects can commit to going beyond minimally acceptable legal standards and use only truly safe materials on every projects. In this informative session, you'll get an overview of tools to help you meet this higher standard, ensuring all the materials specified and selected on your projects are in fact healthy. (SA102)

  • Imagining the Future of Integrated Facilities Operations at Penn State

    SCUP 2018 Annual ConferenceDavid Levo AICP July 17, 2018, Nashville, TN

    Few groups are on the front line of behavioral, operational, cultural, and technological change as much as facilities groups. Asked to do ever-more, Pennsylvania State University (Penn State) pushes the answer of “how”. Get a rare peek under the hood at how one of America’s largest universities envisions meeting the needs of students, faculty, staff, and administrators through integrated 21st century facilities operations. We will discuss how we re-evaluated current operations, what we learned from other complex campuses, and the new strategies we're adopting.