Committee on the Environment

ALBION DISTRICT LIBRARY BY PERKINS + WILL IS A 2018 COTE TOP TEN RECIPIENT. IMAGE: DOUBLESPACE PHOTOGRAPHY

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The AIA Committee on the Environment (COTE®) works to advance, disseminate, and advocate design practices that integrate built and natural systems and enhance both the design quality and environmental performance of the built environment. Expand your positive impact: Engage in our advocacy efforts. Enjoy our last newsletter (and follow us on Twitter). To learn about the Framework for Design Excellence (formerly the COTE Top Ten Measures), click here >

A big thank you to our partners: 
Founding partner: Building Green
Sustaining partners: Lucifer Lighting Company, Kingspan
Green partners: AutodeskEPIC MetalsHKS,  ROCKWOOL, WRNSSkanska, Thornton Thomasseti
Allied partners: BNIM, Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, LMN David Baker Architects, Integral

Supporting partners: Humanscale, Mahlum, BPKC, Opsis

GAF x COTE: Looking at the Future

This 2019 video was compiled by GAF, a COTE sponsor. 

COTE news: July 2020

By Kira L. Gould posted 07-16-2020 10:43

  

Julie Hiromoto, AIA, chair of AIA COTE’s national advisory group, on putting equity issues into practice and learning about the experiences of BIPOC colleagues. 

https://bit.ly/COTEnewsJuly2020_ChairLtr


Snohetta’s Dennis Rijkoff, AIA, offers an intriguing take on the AIA Framework for Design Excellence’s Measure 8: Design for Resources: Toward an Architecture of Vitality and Productivity

https://bit.ly/COTEnewsJuly2020_Measure8

Here’s a snapshot about how AIA and COTE are turning advocacy into impact, due to persistent effort from AIA Government Advocacy group and Mike Davis, FAIA. 

https://bit.ly/COTEnewsJuly2020_Advocacy

 

HKS’s Sarah Woynicz-Sianoecki, AIA, shares a from the GBC’s Equity Summit

https://bit.ly/COTEnewsJuly2020_EquitySummit


+ the last piece on new COTE Advisory Group members (mine!)

https://bit.ly/COTEnewsJuly2020_AG-Gould

 

COTE community: we are sending out monthly news out via social, Knet, and Basecamp, but we hope that AIA Knowledge Community communications, which have been paused since March, will be back to pre-COVID-19 formats soon. 
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