Chris Laumer-Giddens, an Atlanta-based architect, will speak about architecture that promotes energy conservation Wednesday, Oct. 19, on The University of Alabama campus.
The lecture, titled “Net Zero Design: the Science Behind the Building,” will be given at the Child Development Research Center at 6 p.m. It is part of the Orman Harris Lecture Series hosted by the UA College of Human Environmental Sciences. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Laumer-Giddens is an architect, builder, HVAC designer and principal of both the architecture firm LG Squared and residential construction company LG Cubed. He has over 20 years’ experience in construction, home performance and mechanical systems.
LG Squared’s work has won multiple Department of Energy Zero Energy Awards and was recognized by Architect Magazine. The company’s work has also been commended for design and performance innovations.
The Child Development Research Center is located on Fifth Avenue, adjacent to Capstone Village.
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