|Architecture lessons learned in Japan|
|Written by 21 Acres|
Are you interested in green building trends? Do you enjoy international and cultural influences in architectural design?
Join architect Nancy Henderson, ArchEcology, in upcoming classes offered at the 21 Acres Center near Woodinville.
• "Architecture Lessons Learned in Japan - Perspectives for Professionals," Tuesday, October 8 at 6:30 p.m., is geared to industry professionals as Henderson shares insight from her recent trip to Japan to study international sustainable building design.
This class will cover the similarities and differences between green building trends in Japan with those in the United States, and address how cultural values play into these methods. Henderson will cover the emphasis on monitoring building performance in Japan and discuss the lessons that can be learned for projects here in America.
Enjoy a light dinner of Japanese cuisine prepared by 21 Acres’ Sous Chef Asako Sullivan.
Class fee is $25 per person.
• "Architecture Lessons Learned in Japan - Discussion and Inspired Insight," Tuesday, October 15 at 6:30 p.m. is geared to the general public and anyone interested in green building design, no architectural expertise required.
Henderson will cover the similarities and differences between sustainable building design trends in Japan with those in the United States and address how cultural values play into these methods sharing the lessons that can be learned. Enjoy tea and a light taste of Japan prepared by 21 Acres’ Sous Chef Asako Sullivan.
Class fee is $15 per person.
Interested students may enroll and register one of three ways: 21acres.org/school; phone: (425) 481-1500; or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. As a special offer, all 21 Acres students receive a discount in the 21 Acres Farm Market the week after class.