Getting A LEED on things
The Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design standard, or LEED, is a standard for architectural design optimizing energy efficiency and other consideration to create a truly green building. On this episode of ArchiTech, we look at how LEED standards are shaping the way we go into designing a building, and what integrators and architects can do to start looking at their design with LEED in mind.
Host: Tim Albright
John Mlade – Wight & Company
Patrick Cuddy – Legrand
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Technology has become an integral part of our daily lives. From the time we wake until we shut down the living space at night, we are surrounded by, and interact with, technology. Architects are incorporating technology and making these interactions more seamless and natural. Smart homes, smart buildings, are common place.
AVNation’s ArchiTech podcast looks at the intersection between technology and architecture. Architects are tasked with creating a space that is both functional but also aesthetically pleasing. In addition, they are increasingly being asked to make a home or building “smart”; connected throughout and intuitive. The ArchiTech show invites architects, technologists, audiovisual integrators, and manufacturers to discuss the latest in design and technology. The program will explore how these two worlds can come together and create unique experiences that continue to impress those using the space long after the contractors have left. If you would like to be a panelist on ArchiTech, email Tim Albright at email@example.com