Organized By Cornell University's Historic Preservation Planning Program, Co-Sponsored by the Department of Landscape Architecture
Venue: Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, 2 E. 91st St., New York, NY 10128
1: Preservation and Sustainability A mix of topical lectures, case studies, class discussions, and site visits, presented by practitioners and educators who are deeply engaged with the integration of ‘green’ building practice, resource conservation and the mitigation of climate change into preservation and cultural resource management. Content and speakers developed in consultation with the Sustainability Technical Committee of the Association for Preservation Technology. Classroom seminar: Friday, 5/21/10, 10:00am - 5:00pm; Site visits: Saturday, 5/22/10. 12 AIA and ASLA CEUs.
2: Preserving Stein Communities
Bringing together the leading historians, planners, preservationists and advocates interested in the development of Clarence S. Stein’s ideas and work, focusing on four of his Garden Cities - Greenbelt, MD; Baldwin Hills Village, CA; Radburn, NJ; and Chatham Village, PA - all designated National Historic Landmarks. The discussions will focus on challenges of protecting their social, economic and physical character, and improving the understanding of similar planned communities. Site visits will occur to Sunnyside Gardens and Hillside in Queens, and Radburn in New Jersey. Site visits: Friday, 5/21/10; Seminar day: Saturday, 5/22/10, 10:00 - 5:00pm. 9 AIA and ASLA CEUs.
Participants: These courses are open to design professionals in private
practice, government and non-profit agencies, and students in architecture,
landscape architecture, planning and historic preservation.
Faculty include leading architects, planners and engineers, and experts from the American Institute of Architects Design Assistance Team, Association for Preservation Technology Technical Committee on Sustainability, City of Yonkers, Cornell University, California State Polytechnic University, University of Florida and University of Utah, as well as representatives from Sunnyside Gardens, Radburn and Baldwin Hills Village.
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Supported by Major Funding from the Clarence Stein Institute.