Perkins+Will, a global leader in sustainable architecture, hosts a Design Leadership Council (DLC) every year. Speakers, seminars, and competitions bring attention to critical design challenges and spotlight emerging talent from within the firm and without. This year, Perkins+Will partnered with... More
AIA College of Fellows Awards 2015 Latrobe Prize to Woodbury University Arid Lands Institute for ‘Drylands Resilience Initiative’ $100,000 Award Will Fund Development and Testing of Proprietary Design Tool that Supports Water-Challenged Communities to Capture Stormwater Resources BURBANK, Calif. (... More
Monterey Design Conference (MDC) brings together leading architects and design thinkers for a weekend of exchange in an extraordinary setting: the landscapes of coastal California and the architecture of Julia Morgan. ALI is honored to be part of the 2015 line-up. Drylands Resilience Initiative: An... More
Drylands Resilience Initiative team members will share Hazel, a new digital tool to support and accelerate water-smart planning and design in drylands. How it works, what it measures, case study application, broader implications. Joint presentation by Hadley Arnold/ALI; Leigh Christy/Perkins+Will;... More
Members of the AIA College of Fellows 2015 Latrobe Prize team will present progress on Hazel, a new digital modelling tool for water-smart planning and design in drylands. Peter Arnold of ALI, Rowan Roderick-Jones of Arup, and Johh Haymaker of Perkins+Will will discuss how hazel works, what it... More
ALI is honored to be included in By the People: Designing a Better America , opening at the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum this fall. Featuring work that addresses entrenched environmental, social, and economic issues, By the People is "an exhibition of sixty collaborative design projects... More
Our goal is to optimize city surfaces for stormwater capture and aquifer replenishment. To do so, we need to know where, exactly, to prioritize investment in green infrastructure, and with what expected benefits? With the support of the Latrobe Research Prize, we've made big progress, and we're looking for opportunities to test our work (and support yours).More