See products and learn from a variety of material and product manufacturers in this interactive pop-up co-hosted with mindful MATERIALS. Hear from expert designers on the application of these materials to create healthier affordable housing. Come learn and connect with others in the materials community working towards reducing the embodied impacts of the built environment and how to design and advocate for healthier places for all.
5:30 - 7:00 pm Exhibitor Showcase + Happy Hour
7:00 - 8:00 pm Conversation: Material Health in Affordable Housing
Thanks to our exhibitors Columbia Forest Products, Duracryl, Forbo, Hempitecture, Mafi, Matter Surfaces, Rockwool and the mindful MATERIALS 2023 Pop-Up sponsors for helping to make this event, and the work that we do to advance sustainable materials in the built environment, possible!
What does it take to create truly healthier, sustainable affordable housing? Is it different from designing and building market rate housing?
Architect Taleen Josephson will be in conversation with Alison Mears and Jonsara Ruth from Healthy Materials Lab about the positive impacts and challenges of specifying healthier, affordable materials for public and affordable housing.
Taleen is a New York State registered architect, holds a U.S. Passive House Consultant certification, is a BREEAM Accredited Professional, and has received training in Healthy Materials specification. She has been involved in environmental activism, participating in built environment related volunteer organizations to support the industry transition to a more equitable society and regenerative environment.
Having worked for a variety of firms in the USA & the UK as an architect, designer, and sustainability consultant over the past 10+ years, Taleen has recently established her own practice to work independently and apply her expertise through a holistic approach to architecture. She also works with other architecture firms in her capacity as a sustainability consultant.
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