Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Associate Professor Scott Murray will be an invited speaker at the upcoming Façade Tectonics Forum on April 15, 2019, at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. He will present research on the evolution of the energy code’s building-envelope requirements over the last two decades and their implications for façade design.

From the Façade Tectonics Institute website (https://facadetectonics.org/ftf-msp19/), the Minneapolis Forum “brings together architects, engineers, fabricators, and academics to confront four themes central to the ever-evolving facade: energy-efficiency and sustainability, digital technology, kinetic and dynamic components, and material evolution.”