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  • Keynote Lecture: Architectural Revolution

    361° The Design ConferenceJ. Scott Kilbourn AIA, LEED AP February 25, 2017, Mumbai, India

    The world is seeing an insurgent change in societal, economical and territorial values. While the concerns over population, suburban sprawls, ecology, and temporality have been raised within the fields of architecture, planning and urban designing, designers are increasingly being supported by growing technology and innovations. It is the time to comprehend the paradigm shift. 361° The Degree Conference: "Architectural Revolution," aims to discuss these reactions to the challenges of designing in the digital century. Among the select group of distinguished keynote speakers is Principal J. Scott Kilbourn, based in the Washington, DC, office and a leader in the firm's growing international practice.

  • Latest Design Concepts for the Next Generation

    HJ Sims 2017 Late Winter ConferenceDavid Hoglund FAIA March 1, 2017, Austin, TX

    The annual HJ Sims Late Winter Conference focuses on how senior living organizations around the country can succeed in a more competitive marketplace. Participants hear from industry experts through a series of breakout sessions and educational panels focused on financing, care delivery methods, and operational challenges. Principal David Hoglund will discuss just some of the latest senior living design concepts, which include forging partnerships with healthcare and wellness providers, offering on- and off-campus Centers for Healthy Living, and incorporating high design in a hospitality-like residential setting.

  • New Models for Senior Emergency Care

    AIANY Center for ArchitectureRichard Rosen AIA, LEED AP March 8, 2017, New York, NY

    In the next 20 years, a large percentage of New York City's population will be seniors requiring specific designs for housing and healthcare. Traditionally, the design community has responded to this population's needs through the creation of long-term care facilities. Today, as people live longer, architects, designers, and clinicians are focusing on creating environments that encourage wellness and healthy living for seniors outside the traditional senior care facility. Join the AIANY Design for Aging Committee for a discussion of the aging process and recent design initiatives that support senior wellness.

  • Resilient Design: 2017 WIA Lecture Series: Civic Culture

    Urban Land Institute March 14, 2017, Washington, DC

    Resilience, the theme of the 2017 Women in Architecture Series, will explore how architects, landscape architects, designers, planners and developers are responding to new vulnerabilities surfacing around the world. Join us in our 5th consecutive year, as we examine resilience through the lenses of economics, civic culture, and the environment. It will be presented on three different evenings and will explore questions about resilience in the built environment, solutions that designers are uniquely positioned to offer, and what’s on the horizon for resilient design.

    For this, the first in a series of three WIA discussions scheduled for spring 2017, panelists will discuss civic and cultural institutions’ roles in the interdisciplinary resilience discussion (museums, large firms, philanthropy, nonprofits, AIA policy perspective).

  • Embrace the Disruptors: Trends Changing the Face of Senior Living

    LeadingAge PEAK Leadership SummitJ. David Hoglund FAIA March 20, 2017, Washington, DC

    The PEAK Leadership Summit is a notable annual event when thought leaders and divergent thinkers within the the senior living field gather to share ideas and tackle fresh challenges. For this late afternoon education session (7-C) participants will consider the confluence of external and internal forces that are increasingly disrupting business as usual; gain insight into the impact of top ten disruptors for 2017 from a marketing, operations and design perspective; and hear how aging services providers are adapting to this new normal and leading senior living in new and divergent directions. Principal and COO David Hoglund will be joined by Daniel Hermann, Senior Managing Director at Ziegler, and Rick Exline, EVP/Director of Senior Living Management at LCS.

  • Designing for Engagement and Purpose

    LeadingAge PEAK Leadership SummitDan Cinelli FAIA March 21, 2017, Washington, DC

    The PEAK Leadership Summit is a notable annual event when thought leaders and divergent thinkers within the the senior living field gather to share ideas and tackle fresh challenges. For this afternoon education session (20-F), participants will review consumers' prioritization of activities and programs that incentivize purposeful living and positive engagement; learn how innovative design of the physical environment can enhance new operational programs and complement existing wellness initiatives; and discuss the many positive benefits of an “engaging” environment, including improved client/resident outcomes, market position, occupancy levels and staff retention. Principal Dan Cinelli will be joined by Lynn O'Connor, President and CEO of Ingleside Communities.

  • Resilient Design: 2017 WIA Lecture Series: Economics

    National Building MuseumHilary Bertsch AIA March 27, 2017, Washington, DC

    Resilience, the theme of the 2017 Women in Architecture Series, will explore how architects, landscape architects, designers, planners and developers are responding to new vulnerabilities surfacing around the world. Join us in our 5th consecutive year, as we examine resilience through the lenses of economics, civic culture, and the environment. It will be presented on three different evenings and will explore questions about resilience in the built environment, solutions that designers are uniquely positioned to offer, and what’s on the horizon for resilient design.

    This panel coincides with the roll out of ULI's “Returns on Resilience” case study on The Wharf. The project considers sustainability and resilience good partners for the bottom line. Panelists will look at The Wharf as an exploration of questions around resilience in the built environment and solutions that designers and developers are uniquely positioned to offer.

  • Applying Design Thinking: Develop, Validate, and Persuade adoption of new BIM Standards

    BILT Asia 2017Elaine Lee, AIA, LEED AP BD+C March 30, 2017, Singapore

    Participate in a workshop to evaluate which is more valuable: workflows that are efficient efforts or fast efforts in Revit. An active discussion about applying Design Thinking to evaluate ideas for developing potential tools for design documentation.

  • AJAS Speaks: The Value of Environmental Activism

    AJAS Annual ConferenceDan Cinelli FAIA April 4, 2017, Memphis, TN

    At this year's AJAS (Association of Jewish Aging Services) Annual Conference, we are sponsoring the popular AJAS Speaks session. This exciting general session on Tuesday morning will be composed of four, 15-minute highly produced presentations on inspired Jewish ideas. This year, presenters will explore the central themes of Jewish literacy, religious engagement and identity, presented in light of their presenter’s own work and personal experiences. Dan Cinelli's own presentation will focus on the impact environmental engagement and activism can have within a senior living community, its residents and staff.

  • Resilient Design: 2017 WIA Lecture Series: Environment

    Perkins EastmanTanya Mejia Assoc. AIA, LEED AP BD+C April 19, 2017, Washington, DC

    Resilience, the theme of the 2017 Women in Architecture Series, will explore how architects, landscape architects, designers, planners and developers are responding to new vulnerabilities surfacing around the world. Join us in our 5th consecutive year, as we examine resilience through the lenses of economics, civic culture, and the environment. It will be presented on three different evenings and will explore questions about resilience in the built environment, solutions that designers are uniquely positioned to offer, and what’s on the horizon for resilient design.

    Panelists discuss models of future conditions, methodologies for community engagement and built work designed within the framework of resilient theory. Sustainability Specialist Tanya Mejia will moderate the discussion. The event will be held at Perkins Eastman's Washington, DC, office, at One Thomas Circle, and is timed to coincide with this year's Earth Week.

  • The Future of Centers for Healthy Living

    LeadingAge Maryland Annual ConferenceClaire Dickey AIA April 24, 2017, Ellicott City, MD

    As senior living providers look for innovative ways to deliver health and wellness services to both residents living in senior living communities and people aging-in-place in their homes, they are increasingly turning to industries outside of senior living for inspiration. The hospitality, healthcare, retail, and education sectors in particular offer valuable lessons that successfully translate to senior living communities, and they can also provide unique partnership opportunities. Bearing these lessons in mind, a new type of whole-person wellness center, also called a Center for Healthy Living (CHL), is becoming evermore common in the U.S. With core medical clinic and rehabilitation components, the CHL is poised to fill a critical gap between healthcare and senior living. By recognizing the importance of whole person wellness, CHLs can successfully address the cosmopolitan tastes of the next generation of consumers while also establishing a new product in the marketplace.

  • Leading and Thriving in 2017 and Beyond

    LeadingAge Maryland Annual ConferenceDan Cinelli FAIA April 25, 2017, Ellicott City, MD

    This new era of not-for-profit senior living will have to respond to changing consumer demands, new programs and services, technological disruptors, and integration with partners that promote successful aging. We have considered the future from multiple viewpoints: consumer expectations, market impact, development considerations, design initiatives and, finally, policy possibilities. View the future from four industry perspectives and let yourself be inspired to get going into the future. The senior consumer will drastically evolve over the next 20 years and the Boomers will mirror the Millennials. What does this mean to LeadingAge Maryland providers as your organizations evolve in the short-term, mid-term and long-term years ahead?

  • Leveraging Partnerships with Cities For Greater Affordability and Social Good

    LeadingAge CA Annual Conference and ExpoTammy Lin May 2, 2017, Monterey, CA

    As the need for senior housing and care of all income levels is skyrocketing, it has become increasingly important to raise the bar for affordable and efficient care solutions that are not only financially sound, but enhance quality of life. Forming partnerships with City agencies, developers, and healthcare and adult daycare providers is a powerful way to strengthen your funding and operations. Panelist Tammy Lin, Senior Associate in Perkins Eastman's San Francisco office, will be joined by Lamar Turner of Elderfocus, and Debbie Toth of Rehabilitation Services of Northern California, to discuss such contributing factors as unique funding sources, reimbursement structures, maximizing technology as well as design and construction considerations and regulations.

  • The Age of Tweetailing: How Great Design Captures Market Share

    LeadingAge California 2017 ExpositionMatthew Becker May 2, 2017, Monterey, CA

    For LeadingAge California's 2017 Conference, Associate Principal Matthew Becker will discuss the impact of an “online conversation” on the perception of today’s Senior Living community by examining the power of websites and social media presence. Participants will learn how the art of storytelling greatly influences architecture and interior design, and how highly focused aesthetic experiences have become the norm for consumers. LeadingAge CA's Annual Conference continues to be the Association’s premiere networking event, providing quality education, sharing best practices, offering the latest equipment and knowledge developed to facilitate work in the senior living services arena and housing industry.

  • Ideas Cafe 2020: Empowering Your Board to Think Like the Future

    LeadingAge NY Annual Conference & ExpoDaniel Cinelli FAIA May 22, 2017, Saratoga Springs, NY

    Leaders within the LeadingAge community have a unique responsibility in the 21st century to help guide and support the senior services industry expectations and standards evolve. The need to understand where the industry is headed and what is causing this evolution is critical. Dan Cinelli's interactive keynote presentation as part of his ongoing IDEAS Cafe series, will provide attendees with the key talking points to go back to their respective board of directors and start important conversations that will reevaluate and guide strategic plans going forward, examine future trends, and make informed decisions about the future of their communities.

  • Meeting the Growing Needs of Memory Supports

    LeadingAge NY Annual Conference & ExpoRichard Rosen AIA, LEED AP May 24, 2017, Saratoga Springs, NY

    At this year's LeadingAge NY Annual Conference in Saratoga Springs, Principal Rich Rosen will join distinguished panelists to address many of the design challenges and opportunities in today's senior living marketplace. Topics will include ways to approach challenges involving renovations in traditional skilled care and assisted living facilities; ways to develop an appreciation for the time required for planning, design and construction, as well as time required for acquiring/modifying licensing for memory support facilities in NY state; and how older skilled nursing floors can be repurposed to create attractive, functional, effective, and  vibrant memory support residences.