(L): DLR Group Principal Lori Coppenrath, LEED AP. (R) DLR Group Senior Associate Shannon Payton, AIA.

(L): DLR Group Principal Lori Coppenrath, LEED AP. (R) DLR Group Senior Associate Shannon Payton, AIA.

  • Who: Lori Coppenrath, principal, DLR Group; Shannon Payton, senior associate, DLR Group.
  • What: Leveraging Data-Driven Strategies to Advance Values of Restorative Justice & High Performance Building Design.
    Using a data-driven design framework to benchmark and quantify building performance is critical to architectural practice in pursuit of sustainable, energy neutral and resilient communities. Through a unique process of values-based client visioning, it is possible to apply the same rigorous, data-driven methodology to support holistic health and wellness outcomes for staff and users in restorative justice facilities. 
    This session will explore ways to engage varied clients in a workshop process that uncovers cultural, mission-driven, and site-specific values for each project. Leveraging this early project visioning strategy, see how data-driven design practice has shaped restorative justice projects from early programming through construction and post occupancy studies. And from there, learn how to use a system that combines psychological theories with project performance to positively impact user health while lowering energy consumption and creating sustainable sites.
    Where: Conference on Social and Ecological Infrastructure for Recidivism Reduction
    Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, Kroon Hall
    195 Prospect St,
    New Haven, Connecticut 06511
  • When: Saturday, March 14 from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
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