- This Twitter Chat drove a stimulating conversation among industry professionals, including architects, engineers, education partners, companies and universities. Participants shared examples of how wood design and technologies are being used to build a better future. Attendees included: Perkins Eastman, Perkins+Will, CallisonRTKL, DCI Engineers, New Energy Works, Centerbrook Architects, Anrkom Moisan Architects, GGLO, Katerra, Arup Group, Mahlum Architects, SRG Partnership, Acton Ostry, Structurlam,atelierjones, Dwell Design Studio, Carlson Studio Architecture, Hennebery EddyArchitects, Dovetail Partners, Portland State University School of Architecture,Carlson Studio Architecture, Magnusson Klemencic, RDH Buildings, Southern Pine,Accoya, WoodWorks, and American Wood Council.
- — SRG Partnership, Inc (@srgpartnership)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:08:47
- — Magnusson Klemencic (@MKA_Inc)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:09:21
- — SRG Partnership, Inc (@srgpartnership)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:11:59
- — Perkins Eastman (@PerkinsEastman)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:23:04A5: Reduced waste, cost effective, energy efficiency, construction speed, and a great looking interior finish with no waste #A17WoodChat
- — Mahlum Architects (@MahlumArch)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:22:27
- — AmericanWoodCouncil (@woodcouncil)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:26:10
- — Southern Pine (@Southern_Pine)Thu, Apr 27 2017 18:27:19
#A17WoodChat Twitter Q&A
On April 27, live from the 2017 AIA Conference, reThink Wood hosted a discussion with the industry on how wood design and technologies are being used to build a better tomorrow. To see the full discussion, search #A17WoodChat on Twitter.
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