Keynote Speaker

Matthew Herman showcases the work of the Adaptive Building Initiative. A joint venture between Buro Happold and Hoberman Associates, the group looks to create building systems that change their configuration in response to environmental changes in order to optimize performance.

Featured Speakers

  • Sarah Dunn, UrbanLab
  • Martin Felson, UrbanLab
  • Matthew Herman, Buro Happold
  • Nicholas Holt, Skidmore, Owings & Merril LLP
  • Thomas Phifer, Thomas Phifer and Partners

R+D Award Winners

Project: Digital Steam-Bending

Company: University of Michigan; Ann Arbor, MI

Project: R-House

Company: Della Valle Bernheimer; Brooklyn, N.Y. and Architecture Research Office, New York, N.Y.

Project: RUBBiSH (Recycled Rubber Sinks)

Company: Minarc; Santa Monica, CA

Project: Chicago Central Area Decarbonization Plan

Company: Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture; Chicago, IL

Project: North House: Responsive Envelope Prototyping

Company: RVTR/Team North; Toronto, Canada

Project: Green-Zip Tape

Company: Green-Zip Tape Partition; Magnolia, TX

Project: Shadow Pavilion

Company: PLY Architecture; Ann Arbor, MI

Project: Community Rowing Boat House

Company: Anmahian Winton Architects; Cambridge, MA

Project: Bitmaps


Project: New York Stock Exchange Security and Streetscape

Company: Rogers Marvel Architecture; New York, NY

Project: HelioTrace Façade System

Company: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; New York, NY


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