Fri, Jun 18 | Zoom Link

Lessons in Resilience from the K-State Net Positive Studio

Michael Gibson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture at Kansas State University, teaching design studio, environmental systems, and research seminars. Michael earned his B.A. from Miami University and his M.Arch from Harvard University.
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Lessons in Resilience from the K-State Net Positive Studio

Time & Location

Jun 18, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
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About the event

The Net Positive Studio at K-State is a research, design, and building program that seeks to demonstrate the broad tenants of sustainability in its work on affordable, net-zero housing. Drawing from the studio's first three prototype homes, this presentation will discuss how these homes take an approach to design, construction, and building systems that current housing trends, while also outlining current issues in sustainability, affordability, and resilience that contribute to the current U.S. housing crisis.

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