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Benchmarking Sustainability<br />REGEN =<br />Beyond LEED<br />AIA COTE<br />USGBC<br />LEED<br />AIA COTE<br />TOP 10<br ...
Six AIA COTE Top Ten Award Projects<br />“BNIM’s practice was evolving as they were trying to change the practice.”<br />2...
A house is a machine for living in.<br />-  Le Corbusier<br />
July 17, 1981<br />114 die in hotel walkway collapse<br />
Mudflats where the Colorado River once joined the sea<br />
“We do not seek to imitate nature, but rather to find the principles she uses.”<br />-Buckminster Fuller<br />
Increased productivity_5<br />
Lewis and Clark <br />State Office Building<br /> Jefferson City, MO<br />
“Upon seeing this, the only responsible thing I can do is instruct you to make the greenest building possible.”<br />— Dic...
Proved case for Living Building</li></li></ul><li>USGBC  |  LEED Regenerative Design Tool<br />
First Living Building Net Zero: 0 Energy, 0 WaterLEED Platinum AIA COTE Top Ten<br />
Omega Institute of Sustainable Living<br />Rhinebeck New York<br />
Omega Institute of Sustainable Living<br />Rhinebeck New York<br />
Omega Center <br />for Sustainable Living<br /> Rhinebeck, NY<br />
What a building can do matters as much as what it looks like. <br />Andrew Payne + Rodolphe el-Khoury<br />
TransformingCommunity <br />through Dialogue and Collaboration<br />
Transforming Natural disasters by building healthy communities<br />Tornado<br />Hurricane<br />1993<br />Great Mississipp...
Make It Right<br />New Orleans, LA<br />
Community Transformation<br />
“There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” <br />     Margaret J Wheatley<br />
Greensburg, KS<br />
Before<br />After<br />
Blessed with a unique opportunity <br />To create a strong community<br />Devoted to family, <br />Fostering business, <br...
City of Greensburg<br />Kansas<br />City of Greensburg<br />Kansas<br />Growth<br />A community that opens its doors to ne...
Energy<br />Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation.<br />
Water<br />Treat each drop of water as a precious resource.<br />
Streetscape slides<br />
Kiowa County Schools (K-12) – Greensburg, Kansas <br />
“Greensburg is a global example of how clean energy can power an entire community, how it can bring jobs and businesses to...
39,000<br />
Dockside Green<br />Stockholm Royal Seaport<br />Elephant & Castle<br />Toronto Waterfront Lower Don Lands<br />Albert Bas...
Elephant and Castle<br />Menlyn Maine<br />Albert Basin<br />Toronto Waterfront<br />
Vision<br />The Green Arts District will be a laboratory for exploring possibilities, promoting innovation in arts, music,...
Nutrient Cycle<br />Living<br />Machine<br />Farm<br />Cafeteria<br />
Site Plan<br />A	Tappan Square<br />B   Allen Memorial Art Museum <br />CVenturi Art Building Renovation and Expansion <br...
There is a deep story to every place.  How do we find it ?<br />
One Planet Living<br />Ten Principles<br />Zero Carbon<br />Zero Waste<br />Sustainable <br />Transport<br />Local and <br...
The Impact of Behavior<br />In the UK (Beddington Zero Energy Development) of reductions in carbon<br />58% = building env...
One Planet Community<br />
Can nature teach the architect how to design more effectively?<br />
“Life creates the conditions   that are conducive to life.”<br />Janine Benyus<br />
28.0<br />kbtu’s<br />
Iowa Utilities Board & Office of the Consumer AdvocateGetting to 28 kbtu’s and beyond…<br />Goals<br />1. 	Energy budget o...
Serve as a demonstration project to municipal utilities, government and others
65% below code baseline (ASHRAE 90.1-2004)
Doubles incremental target of the 2030 Challenge</li></ul>2. 	LEED Platinum<br /><ul><li>Requested by State Legislature
Establishes a holistic sustainability strategy</li></li></ul><li>
Energy Strategies… 28 kbtu’s<br />7<br />1<br />2<br />6<br />4<br />5<br />9<br />8<br />3<br />
How will the architect of the future practice<br />
The imperative “We can!” has rarely been followed with the question of “Should we?”<br />
Does the architect’s role become  the facilitator and organizer of ideas and research rather than the generator ?<br />
Can the built environment really change our society and norms?<br />
Does the built environment really matter in an age where life and space are increasingly digital / virtual?<br />
How can we further sustainability? Is the answer to sustainability a building by building approach or a more holistic syst...
What role do architects take in dealing with the issues associated with a global population expected to hit 10 billion peo...
Office of the Future<br />An exhibit at the 2012 AIA Convention <br />WHATGenerous Pragmatismwhat a building does matters ...
EXPERIENCE<br />
Design the Performance, the Aesthetic and the Experience (design for all senses)<br />01<br />what a building can do matte...
Contribute positively to the present and the future<br />02<br />Maximize positive ecological consequences of design and c...
Demonstrate aesthetic of self-effacement<br />03<br />Generosity toward the lived character of organized human affairs<br />
Nurture the Positive (cumulative generosity)<br />04<br />
evolve to survive<br />government influence<br />diversity<br />support life<br />we are nature<br />no raw materials<br /...
We shall require a substantially <br />new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive.<br />Albert Einstein <br />
Regenerative Development<br />Prepared by:<br />BNIM Architects and the U.S. Green Building Council<br />
LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
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Architecture Premiere 2011: Iowa State University
Curt F. Dale Guest Lecture by Bob Berkebile FAIA and Rod Kruse FAIA, BNIM
9/9/2011 | 4:30pm-9:00pm in Kocimski Auditorium

Any list of accomplished, influential environmentalists and preservationists includes Bob Berkebile. Highly regarded by fellow professionals, Berkebile focuses on improving the quality of life in our society with the integrity and spirit of his firm's work. In 2009, he received a Heinz Award from Theresa Heinz and the Heinz Family Foundation for his role in promoting green building design and for his commitment and action toward restoring social, economic and environmental vitality to America’s communities through sustainable architecture and planning. He was also third on a list of the Top 5 U.S. Individual Role Models for green and sustainable design in the 2009 DesignIntelligence Sustainable Design Survey.

Berkebile will present "The Ultimate Design Problem: Sustaining Human Life" at approximately 5:30 p.m. He says, "The competition between our growing human family and the resources and decreasing natural capital that support human life are now undeniable. Our current design doctrine for community living is not sustainable. Do we have the capacity to design a new community model that ensures long-term vitality for our children and Spaceship Earth? Our grandchildren's lives depend on our answer."

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  • In the 80s and 90s, BNIM established many of the sustainable standards and governing bodies that shape today’s design and construction industry.  In this very room, over 20 years ago, the firm convinced the AIA to go down the path toward a sustainable future. Founding the Committee on the Environment (COTE) and groundbreaking entities such as the USGBC, LEED, The Living Building and COTE Top 10…all jumpstarted by the AIA but led by BNIM.  We would not be here without BNIM. It was only after going to the national convention to convince our members of COTE’s merits that COTE was born! ...And then the firm convinced the EPA to fund it!  In this decade, BNIM is helping the AIA and USGBC define how our industry moves beyond LEED. 
  • This firm tackles a residence with as much focus as a large, corporate campus…their work at all scales uniquely fits their place, and their buildings are light on the land. Good for us. Good for nature.  
  • As he rushed to the site, Bob Berkebile thought first, “How can I help save lives?” later the soul-crushing question, “Did I kill these people?” This tragedy was both a nightmare and a lesson.
  • BNIM’s definition of beauty in design begins with environmental performance and human well-being. Their work has yielded a host of specialized tools, software, and industry standards…the Packard Matrix proved the economic case for the Living Building. 
  • One of the possibilities that grew out of all this history is the Living Building Challenge…
  • Their work today encompasses climate positive campuses, net-zero communities and post-carbon economies. Designing. Planning. Teaching. Learning. This is the first wastewater plan that has a yoga studio while cleansing waste of 150 buildings. … 0 energy. 0 water – FIRST LIVING BUILDING!  
  • You always hear “BNIMers” talk about colleagues.  No one is a competitor! Everyone has ideas. Everyone a voice. Not just within the firm; it’s true with architects, engineers, contractors, owners, community members. That is how BNIM has created advocacy for their ideas.  
  • These collaborations are transforming communities. BNIM is an international leader in large- and small-scale design. They have led efforts to rebuild devastated communities…in Greensburg, New Orleans and, Nashville.  Floods. Tornadoes. Hurricanes. 
  • Final Story – sustainable design at community scale
  • School – all classes are daylit (Heschong Mahone 1999 study)50KW wind turbine
  • The town of Greensburg, Kansas was leveled by a tornado, BNIM worked tirelessly to regain the town’s basic necessities while creating a vision that sustains future generations.  
  • So if everyplace has a deep story how do we find it? It is a lot of work currently to find the scientific and cultural information, but it does exist. It is often a matter of bringing more disciplines to a project and tapping into a deep well of open source data to make sense of it. And when we assemble the story of place for one site or one community, how can we capture it for the next team to use?
  • Because of some of the work of One Planet Communities we are also becoming aware that while buildings and infrastructure certainly have a measureable impact in and of themselves, perhaps their greater impact lies in the positive behavior changes that they allow and inspire. In the BEDZED community in the UK, behavior changes like sustainable food, personal transit, consumption habits and waste account for more than 40% of the reductions in carbon emissions for those communities. In the US,(Sonoma Mountain Village), behavior is predicted to account for almost 70% of the reductions in carbon emissions (because American lifestyle is more carbon intensive). And quality of life indexes are high in these places. This newly emerging data trend suggests that any definition of regenerative design must address and inspire this kind of generous behavior that improves the quality of life for all life.
  • Global initiative called 1 planet living – strives to create communities that follow 10 principles – live within the capacity of a single planet.
  • Process is a full cycle – listen, research, design, build, occupy, learn and so on – continual improvement
  • Design the Performance, the Aesthetic and the Experience (design for all senses)…what a building can do matters as much as what it looks like – Andrew Payne + Rodolphe el-KhouryOptimized performance + aestheticWhat it feels like… Design of “atmospheres” Attune with convenience and delightContribute positively to the present and the futureMinimize negative Maximize positive ecological consequences of design and constructionOngoing contribution to its ecosystem“biotechnical instrument” or “living machine”Demonstrate aesthetic of self-effacementGenerosity toward the lived character of organized human affairsNurture the Positive (cumulative generosity) A focus on positive outcomes
  • Design the Performance, the Aesthetic and the Experience (design for all senses)…what a building can do matters as much as what it looks like – Andrew Payne + Rodolphe el-KhouryOptimized performance + aestheticWhat it feels like… Design of “atmospheres” Attune with convenience and delightContribute positively to the present and the futureMinimize negative Maximize positive ecological consequences of design and constructionOngoing contribution to its ecosystem“biotechnical instrument” or “living machine”Demonstrate aesthetic of self-effacementGenerosity toward the lived character of organized human affairsNurture the Positive (cumulative generosity) A focus on positive outcomes
  • -Convention is a gathering of our architectural leadersPeople from all parts of the building industryOpportunelink to government with DC location
  • -Issues and thoughts around our profession-Architect must take the lead roleNo longer should we have to choose between the lesser of two evils, we need solutions that are truly generous and will carry the profession into the future.
  • While this is still just a concept for a tool, the ideas is that Regen will identify components of life on Earth (shown here as the colored circles) that are organized into four quadrants: natural systems, constructed systems, economic systems and social systems. Components are things like water, flora, fauna, energy systems, transportation systems, capital, employment, food, social justice, public health etc. The idea is that a project team can input basic information about their project type, scale and location…
  • …and the tool will instantly populate, from a deep well of open source data, everything that is known about that place and its state of health. It is the beginning of a conversation. The circles are smaller or larger to indicate their state of health. An indicator bar in each quadrant begins to show whether natural systems are robust and resilient, the constructed systems are high-performing, the economic systems are prosperous, and social systems are whole. These indicators are currently shown as indexes on a scale of 0-100. Zero is doing nothing. 100 is doing everything that is known to be possible within the system. And because this is an open source and constantly evolving tool, what is 100 percent on one day, may become 99 percent the next day. For each action or piece of information added to the tool expands what is possible.
  • In the center, these dots represent strategies that can be taken to impact the components. The strategies impact multiple components, sometimes positively and sometimes negatively, in a complex web of connections.
  • The components can also be seen as “things that we care about” and for each community or project team, the things we care about most might be different. The idea is that groups can enter this tool from whatever component or strategy they care most about and by pulling on that strand of the web, they will soon discover other things they are connected to. By entering at one component they will discover the strategies that are connected to that component as well as the other components they are connected to by those strategies. And as these strategies are selected the little bit of pink in the bar helps to indicate the relative impact these strategies have on the overall health of the system.
  • If a team drills into a component, they see more information about how that component’s ideal state is measured (for now) as well as links to other components and strategies and LEED credits that are related to it. A definition of the component and imagery can be provided. This can also be an infinite linking place to open sources of data, and other rating systems related to this component.
  • The next convention is in New Orleans, and I hope you honor BNIM there...because just days following Katrina, the firm opted out of their 35th anniversary party and sent $35K and their staff to New Orleans… … to make it RIGHT again. I know this firm.Their advocacy and commitment to our craft is unparalleled.They are truly redefining our practice of architecture through design, sustainability, and collaboration…in ways which will change how we engage, perceive, build, and measure excellence in architecture......  BNIM I know of no firm more deserving of this honor. Thank you.
  • Conclusion about dialogue and stories that enrich life in an ever-expanding way.BNIM Website – new dialogue page?
  • End results: Architect as Leader Changed PracticeGenerous Pragmatism Collaborative Dialogue
  • Curt F. Dale Guest Lecture at the Iowa State University | September 9, 2011

    1. 1. Architecture Premiere 2011 | Iowa State University<br />The Ultimate Design Problem: <br />Sustaining Human Life<br />Rod Kruse FAIA + Bob Berkebile FAIA BNIM | September 9, 2011 | 4:30pm-9:00pm | Kocimski Auditorium<br />
    2. 2.
    3. 3. Benchmarking Sustainability<br />REGEN =<br />Beyond LEED<br />AIA COTE<br />USGBC<br />LEED<br />AIA COTE<br />TOP 10<br />Impact<br />$35-49 BillionGreen Building Market<br />100+Countries with LEED Projects<br />FounderAIA COTE, USGBC, LEED<br />140,000+LEED Professionals<br />30,000+LEED Projects <br />
    4. 4. Six AIA COTE Top Ten Award Projects<br />“BNIM’s practice was evolving as they were trying to change the practice.”<br />2010<br />2000<br />2006<br />2007<br />2008<br />1999<br />
    5. 5. A house is a machine for living in.<br />- Le Corbusier<br />
    6. 6. July 17, 1981<br />114 die in hotel walkway collapse<br />
    7. 7.
    8. 8.
    9. 9.
    10. 10.
    11. 11.
    12. 12.
    13. 13.
    14. 14.
    15. 15. Mudflats where the Colorado River once joined the sea<br />
    16. 16. “We do not seek to imitate nature, but rather to find the principles she uses.”<br />-Buckminster Fuller<br />
    17. 17.
    18. 18. Increased productivity_5<br />
    19. 19. Lewis and Clark <br />State Office Building<br /> Jefferson City, MO<br />
    20. 20.
    21. 21. “Upon seeing this, the only responsible thing I can do is instruct you to make the greenest building possible.”<br />— Dick Schlossberg, Former President, Packard Foundation <br />Packard Matrix <br /><ul><li>First study about real cost and benefits of deep green
    22. 22. Proved case for Living Building</li></li></ul><li>USGBC | LEED Regenerative Design Tool<br />
    23. 23. First Living Building Net Zero: 0 Energy, 0 WaterLEED Platinum AIA COTE Top Ten<br />
    24. 24.
    25. 25.
    26. 26. Omega Institute of Sustainable Living<br />Rhinebeck New York<br />
    27. 27. Omega Institute of Sustainable Living<br />Rhinebeck New York<br />
    28. 28. Omega Center <br />for Sustainable Living<br /> Rhinebeck, NY<br />
    29. 29.
    30. 30.
    31. 31. What a building can do matters as much as what it looks like. <br />Andrew Payne + Rodolphe el-Khoury<br />
    32. 32. TransformingCommunity <br />through Dialogue and Collaboration<br />
    33. 33. Transforming Natural disasters by building healthy communities<br />Tornado<br />Hurricane<br />1993<br />Great Mississippi River Flood<br />Pattonsburg, MO,Valmeyer, IL<br />2001<br />Tropical Storm Allison <br />Houston,TX<br />2005<br />HurricaneKatrina<br />New Orleans, LA <br />2007<br />EF5 Tornado<br />Greensburg, KS <br />2008<br />Iowa River Flood <br />Iowa City, IA <br />2010<br />Cumberland River Flood<br />Nashville, TN<br />2010<br />Haiti Earthquake<br />New Orleans<br />Greensburg, KS<br />
    34. 34. Make It Right<br />New Orleans, LA<br />
    35. 35. Community Transformation<br />
    36. 36. “There is no power greater than a community discovering what it cares about.” <br /> Margaret J Wheatley<br />
    37. 37. Greensburg, KS<br />
    38. 38.
    39. 39. Before<br />After<br />
    40. 40.
    41. 41.
    42. 42. Blessed with a unique opportunity <br />To create a strong community<br />Devoted to family, <br />Fostering business, <br />working together for future generations. <br />
    43. 43. City of Greensburg<br />Kansas<br />City of Greensburg<br />Kansas<br />Growth<br />A community that opens its doors to new residents and visitors without affecting the values and lifestyles of its current residents.<br />Renewal<br />A community that makes proactive decisions that use this opportunity to reverse the decline of the community and build a progressive city with a strong future.<br />Water<br />Treat each drop of water as a precious resource.<br />Health<br />Improve quality of life by promoting a healthy and active lifestyle.<br />Energy<br />Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation.<br />Wind<br />Greensburg’s vast wind resources are part of an emerging economy and should be harvested.<br />Built Environment<br />Build a town that encourages interaction between residents, welcomes guests and serves as a model community. New development should be durable, healthy and efficient. City projects will lead the way by becoming examples of green practices that are built to last.<br />Community<br />A progressive community that offers urban services within the unassuming feel of a rural, Midwestern community.<br />Family<br />A community that provides opportunities for its young people in the way of jobs, education and recreation as reasons to stay in Greensburg.<br />Prosperity<br />A community where entrepreneurial spirit, customer service, and a sustainable economy permeate the business sector and where residents, travelers, and tourists enjoy a full line of locally owned businesses that provide jobs and services to an exceptional example of small town America.<br />Environment<br />A community that recognizes the importance of the natural environment and balances the need for growth and economic development with the maintenance and improvement of the environment.<br />Affordability<br />An up-to-date, affordable rural community where housing plans and strategies incorporate energy-efficient design and materials and serve as a regional and national model for integrating residents of all ages and needs with services of all kinds.<br />
    44. 44. Energy<br />Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation.<br />
    45. 45. Water<br />Treat each drop of water as a precious resource.<br />
    46. 46.
    47. 47. Streetscape slides<br />
    48. 48. Kiowa County Schools (K-12) – Greensburg, Kansas <br />
    49. 49.
    50. 50. “Greensburg is a global example of how clean energy can power an entire community, how it can bring jobs and businesses to a place where piles of bricks and rubble once lay.”<br />President Barack Obama<br />INSERT COLOR RUBBLE IMAGE HERE disaster image<br />EF5 Tornado<br />First Platinum Community<br />
    51. 51.
    52. 52. 39,000<br />
    53. 53.
    54. 54. Dockside Green<br />Stockholm Royal Seaport<br />Elephant & Castle<br />Toronto Waterfront Lower Don Lands<br />Albert Basin<br />Magok Urban Development Project<br />Treasure Island Redevelopment Project<br />Oberlin <br />Green Arts District<br />Mahindra World City Jaipur<br />Destiny Florida<br />Godrej Garden City<br />Panama Pacifo<br />Victoria Harbour<br />Docklands, Melbourne<br />PedraBranca<br />Sustainable Urbanism<br />Menlyn Maine<br />Zonk’izizwe Town Center<br />Vicurban@Officer<br />Barangaroo<br />
    55. 55. Elephant and Castle<br />Menlyn Maine<br />Albert Basin<br />Toronto Waterfront<br />
    56. 56. Vision<br />The Green Arts District will be a laboratory for exploring possibilities, promoting innovation in arts, music, sciences and sustainable design to reweave community, transform the way we learn and create new post-carbon economies.<br />
    57. 57. Nutrient Cycle<br />Living<br />Machine<br />Farm<br />Cafeteria<br />
    58. 58. Site Plan<br />A Tappan Square<br />B Allen Memorial Art Museum <br />CVenturi Art Building Renovation and Expansion <br />D Workshop <br />E Hall Auditorium <br />F Student Housing <br />G The Center<br />H Green Theater<br />I Curricular Arts Building <br />J Eco-machine <br />K Forum <br />L Lecture Hall <br />M Restaurant <br />N Oberlin Inn <br />O Downtown <br />P Black Box <br /> <br /> New Construction<br /> Renovation<br /> Existing<br />
    59. 59.
    60. 60.
    61. 61. There is a deep story to every place. How do we find it ?<br />
    62. 62. One Planet Living<br />Ten Principles<br />Zero Carbon<br />Zero Waste<br />Sustainable <br />Transport<br />Local and <br />Sustainable Materials<br />Local and <br />Sustainable Food<br />Sustainable Water<br />Natural Habitats <br />And Wildlife<br />Culture and Heritage<br />Equity and Fair Trade<br />Health and Happiness<br />
    63. 63. The Impact of Behavior<br />In the UK (Beddington Zero Energy Development) of reductions in carbon<br />58% = building envelope, equipment & renewable energy<br />42% = behavior changes (food, personal transport, waste)<br />In the US (Sonoma Mountain Village) of predicted reductions in carbon:<br />31% = buildings envelope, equipment & renewable energy<br />69% = behavior changes (food, personal transport, waste)<br />Lifestyle and behavior changes are important!<br />
    64. 64. One Planet Community<br />
    65. 65.
    66. 66. Can nature teach the architect how to design more effectively?<br />
    67. 67. “Life creates the conditions that are conducive to life.”<br />Janine Benyus<br />
    68. 68.
    69. 69. 28.0<br />kbtu’s<br />
    70. 70. Iowa Utilities Board & Office of the Consumer AdvocateGetting to 28 kbtu’s and beyond…<br />Goals<br />1. Energy budget of 28 kbtu’s per SF per year<br /><ul><li>Primary goal
    71. 71. Serve as a demonstration project to municipal utilities, government and others
    72. 72. 65% below code baseline (ASHRAE 90.1-2004)
    73. 73. Doubles incremental target of the 2030 Challenge</li></ul>2. LEED Platinum<br /><ul><li>Requested by State Legislature
    74. 74. Establishes a holistic sustainability strategy</li></li></ul><li>
    75. 75.
    76. 76.
    77. 77.
    78. 78. Energy Strategies… 28 kbtu’s<br />7<br />1<br />2<br />6<br />4<br />5<br />9<br />8<br />3<br />
    79. 79.
    80. 80.
    81. 81.
    82. 82.
    83. 83.
    84. 84.
    85. 85.
    86. 86.
    87. 87.
    88. 88.
    89. 89.
    90. 90.
    91. 91. How will the architect of the future practice<br />
    92. 92.
    93. 93.
    94. 94. The imperative “We can!” has rarely been followed with the question of “Should we?”<br />
    95. 95. Does the architect’s role become the facilitator and organizer of ideas and research rather than the generator ?<br />
    96. 96. Can the built environment really change our society and norms?<br />
    97. 97. Does the built environment really matter in an age where life and space are increasingly digital / virtual?<br />
    98. 98. How can we further sustainability? Is the answer to sustainability a building by building approach or a more holistic systematic reorganization of our cities and social and political systems?<br />
    99. 99. What role do architects take in dealing with the issues associated with a global population expected to hit 10 billion people by the next generation ?<br />
    100. 100. Office of the Future<br />An exhibit at the 2012 AIA Convention <br />WHATGenerous Pragmatismwhat a building does matters as much as what it looks likeHOWOpen Source Designcollaborative systems thinking + feedback loopWHYCatalytic Change generosity brings about more generosity<br />
    101. 101. EXPERIENCE<br />
    102. 102. Design the Performance, the Aesthetic and the Experience (design for all senses)<br />01<br />what a building can do matters as much as what it looks like <br />Andrew Payne + Rodolphe el-Khoury<br />
    103. 103. Contribute positively to the present and the future<br />02<br />Maximize positive ecological consequences of design and construction<br />Ongoing contribution to its ecosystem<br />“biotechnical instrument” or “living machine”<br />
    104. 104. Demonstrate aesthetic of self-effacement<br />03<br />Generosity toward the lived character of organized human affairs<br />
    105. 105. Nurture the Positive (cumulative generosity)<br />04<br />
    106. 106.
    107. 107. evolve to survive<br />government influence<br />diversity<br />support life<br />we are nature<br />no raw materials<br />ecosystem services<br />resilience<br />resource efficient<br />locally attuned<br />beauty<br />zero waste<br />collaboration<br />revolution<br />sustaining<br />human health<br />community leadership<br />habitat restoration<br />post carbon community<br />generosity<br />ecological consequences<br />regenerative<br />biomimicry<br />
    108. 108. We shall require a substantially <br />new manner of thinking if mankind is to survive.<br />Albert Einstein <br />
    109. 109. Regenerative Development<br />Prepared by:<br />BNIM Architects and the U.S. Green Building Council<br />
    110. 110. LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
    111. 111. LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
    112. 112. LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
    113. 113. LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
    114. 114. LEED Regenerative Design Tool <br />
    115. 115. TREE<br />
    116. 116. What will she see in 2020?<br />
    117. 117. revolution<br />You must be the change you wish to see in the world.<br />Gandhi<br />
    118. 118. Continue the dialog at<br />facebook.com / connect.BNIM<br />

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