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Conversation with Andy Golubitsky & Berardo Matalucci

Fri, Aug 12, 2022    12pm

A discussion between Andy Golubitsky ‘13 MSAUD/'14 MSRED, Adjunct Assistant Professor at GSAPP and Vice President of Development at Macklowe Properties, and Berardo Matalucci, Adjunct Assistant Professor at GSAPP and Director of Environmental Design at SHoP Architects, organized as part of the Housing Lab’s summer online series Candid Conversations: On Sustainability.

This lecture will be presented virtually, please register in advance for the Zoom webinar link.

The subject of this conversation series will be centered around sustainability in the building industry. It aims to foster down-to-earth talks between groups of GSAPP students, alumni, and professors, sharing information on what students as future professionals can expect regarding innovations and hurdles towards designing a resilient urban environment.

The talks will be moderated by the Housing Lab, with plenty of room for student questions, discussion, and exchange regarding the current state and future of sustainable design and development.