Mass Timber and the Future of Urban Multi-Family Development
October 12 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm EDT
To create multi-family developments that resonate deeply with potential tenants, development firm Juno has been considering what makes a home truly appealing in the modern world and how we can make living spaces healthier for the people who inhabit them? A thorough response to this must consider both how buildings are designed and constructed and what materials make up an apartment building. Specifically, are there learnings to be had from manufacturing and supply chain management and software development, and ways to leverage significant innovations in the built environment that have taken shape over the last decade? Attend this webinar to learn about design considerations required to productize the built environment, the potential for componentization of design, the benefits of using exposed mass timber in mid-rise and taller residential buildings and ultimately how to streamline real estate development using mass timber products and processes.
BJ Siegel, Juno
BJ Siegel is Juno’s co-founder, overseeing architecture and systems development for the company. BJ is an international award-winning architect with more than 27 years of experience delivering innovative projects around the world.
Michael Caton, Juno
Michael Caton is the Director of Technical Computing at Juno. He is an architect and design strategist passionate about expanding the frontier of architecture and design strategy.
Attendees can Earn 1 AIA/CES HSW LUs, 1 PDH credit or 0.1 ICC credit.
- WoodWorks will send each attendee a certificate of completion within 2 weeks via email.
- Please note that to receive a certificate, attendees must stay for the duration of the event.
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Photo: Thomas-Logan / Pivot North Architects / photo Chad Case