NGA Empowers Architects at AIA A’23 Conference with Visionary Panel on Glass Design
NGA, the leading authority in glass and glazing, reaffirmed its commitment to architectural education by hosting a captivating panel during the highly anticipated AIA A’23 Conference in San Francisco. From June 6-8, industry experts gathered to explore the boundless possibilities of glass and its pivotal role in sustainable and energy-efficient facade design.
Unveiling the Blueprint for Collaboration: Shaping Sustainable Facades
“Blueprint for Collaboration: The path towards sustainable facades” emerged as a focal point, captivating attendees with its insightful discussions on leveraging glass for enhanced energy performance and environmental sustainability. The esteemed panel comprised luminaries representing diverse areas of expertise within the industry, including Stanley Yee from Dow, Lisa Rammig from Eckersley O’Callaghan, Sophie Pennetier from Enclos, Chris Fronsoe from Vitro, Mark Suehiro from C.R. Laurence, and Mike Turner from YKK AP. Guiding the conversation as the moderator was Tom Culp, the esteemed owner of Birch Point Consulting LLC and NGA’s esteemed energy code consultant.
Discover the Key Insights
For an in-depth look into the event, Glass Magazine has compiled five key takeaways, allowing industry professionals to delve into the invaluable wisdom shared during this enlightening panel.
Stay tuned for more updates and advancements in glass and glazing, as NGA continues to spearhead innovation and education in the architectural realm.
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