Lunch and Learn – Modern Materials for Traditional Design with the Vinyl Siding Institute
September 4 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pmFree
This lunch and learn is hosted at the AIA New Orleans Center for Architecture and Design by the Vinyl Siding Institute.
As advocates of New Urbanism and traditional neighborhood development (TND), designers often face the task of convincing their builder clients that true TND entails more than a few facade details slapped on production models in a suburban plat. Architectural Design for Traditional Neighborhoods offers simple concepts that will help developers and builders quickly grasp the basic ideas behind traditional neighborhood platting and block-face design.
The presentation draws on the guidebook ‘Architectural Design for Traditional Neighborhoods’, by Korkut Onaran, Fernando Pagés Ruiz, Ronnie Pelusio, Tom Lyon, with a foreword by Andrés Duany and afterward by Stephen A. Mouzon.
Explore the guidebook below:
Attendees are eligible for 1 LU | HSW credit.
Attendance is free for both AIA members and non-members.
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Learn more about the Vinyl Siding Institute:
The Vinyl Siding Institute, Inc. (VSI) is the trade association for manufacturers of vinyl and other polymeric siding and suppliers to the industry.
As industry advocates, it’s our goal to further the development and growth of the vinyl and polymeric siding industry by helping to develop material, product, and performance standards in cooperation with standards-making organizations and code bodies.
We engage in product stewardship and outreach activities to enhance the image of the industry and its products, and serve as an information resource to remodelers, builders, planners, designers, architects, elected officials, building code officials, distributors, homeowners, and other exterior cladding decision-makers on the facts about vinyl siding.