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The Weekly show: Universal design in multifamily housing, reimagining urban spaces, back to campus trends

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The Weekly show: Universal design in multifamily housing, reimagining urban spaces, back to campus trends

BD+C editors speak with experts from KTGY Architecture + Planning, LS3P, and Omgivning on the October 22 episode of "The Weekly." The episode is available for viewing on demand.


By BD+C Editors | October 22, 2020
The Weekly show: Universal design in multifamily housing, reimagining urban spaces, back to campus trends
The Weekly show: Universal design in multifamily housing, reimagining urban spaces, back to campus trends

This week on The Weekly show, BD+C editors spoke with leaders from KTGY Architecture + Planning, LS3P, and Omgivning on three topics: 
• Universal design in multifamily housing
• Back to campus: What's working, what's not
• Reimagining urban spaces: Making the old and tired new again

 

WATCH THE SEGMENTS ON DEMAND BELOW 

 

THE WEEKLY SHOW HIGHLIGHTS FOR OCTOBER 22, 2020

BD+C's Group Director Tony Mancini runs down the highlights from this week's show. 

 

 

SEGMENT #1

Universal Design in Multifamily Housing
BD+C's Robert Cassidy interviews Manny Gonzalez, FAIA, Principal with KTGY Architecture + Planning, on universal design in multifamily housing, based on Gonzalez's AIA CES course: 16 Things You Should Know About Universal Design.

 

 

SEGMENT #2

Back to Campus: What's Working, What's Not
With higher education now back to campus, it's time to assess the health and safety measures that the nation's colleges and universities put in place in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Shawn Moorehead Sowers, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Higher Education Practice Leader with LS3P, talks with BD+C's David Barista about how the higher ed sector is handling on-campus learning during COVID.

 

 

SEGMENT #3

Reimagining Urban Spaces: Making the old and tired new again
BD+C's John Caulfield interviews Karin Liljegren of the L.A.-based architecture firm Omgivning, which has recently released reports on adaptive reuse for workplaces, multifamily, and urban reprogramming. Karin explains how empty or excess shopping malls, big boxes, ground-floor retail, and light industrial could be put to better use, and even makes the provocative claim that offices and restaurants have commonalities.

 

 

 

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“The Weekly” is a presentation of Horizon TV, the online broadcast arm of SGC Horizon LLC, publishers of Building Design+Construction, Multifamily Design+Construction, Professional Builder, ProRemodeler, and Construction Equipment.

 

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