“Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design” AIA/CES and Wisconsin tours presented by Kolbe

Kolbe helps architects gain sustainable design knowledge and learning units (LUs) through American Institute of Architects’ continuing education seminars (AIA/CES).

Its new presentation, “Sustainable and Energy Efficient Windows & Doors: Contribution to Green Buildings,” is a one-hour, in-person course.

by Pedro E Guerrero - courtesy Taliesin Preservation Inc.
by Pedro E Guerrero - courtesy Taliesin Preservation Inc.

“Sustainable and Energy Efficient Windows & Doors: Contribution to Green Buildings” explains:

* How quality windows and doors can contribute to sustainable green design due to their durability and energy-efficient technology.

* What the different “Green Building” voluntary ratings systems are and how they affect the selection of windows and doors.

* How selecting the right windows and doors contributes to environmental stewardship.

* What the advantages and benefits of “Green Building” are to the environment, economy, health, and community.

Architects who successfully complete this course receive one AIA/CES Learning Unit (1.0 LU). In addition, this course qualifies for one health, safety and welfare (1 HSW) credit and one sustainable design (1 SD) credit, which will be recorded with the AIA. To request a presentation, please visit Kolbe’s website, http://www.kolbe-kolbe.com.

Kolbe’s site links to a free, AIA/CES program download for “Finishing Touches – Enhancements, Options & Trends for Windows and Doors” (1.0 LU, 1 HSW). Also known as “Current Trends in Windows and Doors,” it is available through ArchitectMagazine.com and residentialarchitect.com.

Kolbe also offers many other, face-to-face AIA/CES programs and tours, such as:

* Advances in Glass without Tour (1.0 LU, 1 HSW)

* Energy Efficiency in Windows (1.0 LU, 1 HSW)

* Determining Design Pressures (1.5 LUs, 1 HSW)

* Finishing Touches – Enhancements, Options & Trend for Windows and Doors (1.0 LU, 1 HSW)

* Historical Applications (1.0 LU, 1 HSW)

* “Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design” (8.5 LUs, 2 HSW credits, and 1 SD). Tours in this 1.5-day event are limited to groups of 10 or less, by appointment.

Kolbe’s “Architectural Influences: Exploring Elements of Sustainable Design” in Wisconsin includes:

* Tour of Taliesin® in Spring Green, Wis. – visit the famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s home, private studio, and the campus of The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture

* Tour of Aldo Leopold Legacy Center in Baraboo, Wis. – explore one of the two, highest-ranking LEED® buildings in North America

* Tour of Cardinal Float Glass Plant in Portage, Wis. – watch the process of sand, limestone and other materials as they become glass for windows and doors

* Tour of Kolbe & Kolbe Millwork in Wausau, Wis. – follow the process of custom window and door manufacturing

* Presentation of “Finishing Touches: Enhancements, Options & Trends for Windows and Doors”

* Review of Kolbe’s product series and how they can meet the needs of nearly any project

Kolbe will be exhibiting at AIA Expo2010 in booth #1803

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