Part 1 of our two-part program is a virtual presentation by the design team at Patriquin Architects to introduce the Slate Upper School project in New Haven, Connecticut and understand its driving forces.
Patriquin Architects will discuss the thoughtful evolution of Slate School’s award-winning, nature-based lower school campus. Now in construction and scheduled to open in the Fall of 2024, the Upper School’s evidence-based design strategies include optimized building orientation and envelope detailing to manage heat gains, thermal bridging, and moisture, and an overarching emphasis on healthy materials that contribute to the well-being of building occupants and our planet.
The team will describe the design process, collaboration, and innovations that came about.
This is Part 1 of 2. Each event requires a separate ticket. Attend one or both events.
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Learning Objective 1: How to specify and detail a high-performance building envelope that uses principles of Passive House to address thermal bridging, air infiltration, vapor and moisture management, and solar heat gain to contribute to a healthy learning environment.
Learning Objective 2: How to leverage databases such as the International Living Future Institute’s Declare to aid in the research, evaluation and specification of materials and assemblies that can be healthier for occupants and for the global environment.
Learning Objective 3: How the right mix of envelope materials, systems equipment selections, and user input can provide exceptional IAQ, thermal, acoustical and lighting comfort while also lowering operational carbon emissions and energy use intensity.
Learning Objective 4: How design firms evolve their practice over time and adopt emergent technologies that push us forward towards a carbon-neutral and equitable built environment. Leverage tools for energy modeling, daylighting simulations, and embodied carbon calculators and how they can influence the design and construction process.
Meet Your Presenters
Karin Patriquin AIA, LEED AP, CPHC®, Fitwel
President; Patriquin Architects
As firm principal, Karin Patriquin directs the firm’s overall strategies and leads the design effort of all projects in the office. Strongly believing in the power of excellent design, she strives to bring innovation and sustainability to all the firm’s projects.
Prior to founding Patriquin Architects, Karin worked with Pelli Clarke Pelli (New Haven) on large institutional and mixed-use projects; and with HLW International (New York) on various corporate and institutional projects.
Karin is a graduate of the University of Waterloo and McGill University, with advanced studies at NYU’s Schack Institute of Real Estate and McGill’s School of Management. She is licensed in the states of Connecticut and New York and has NCARB certification. She is a member of AIA, is a LEED Accredited professional (USGBC), a Fitwell Ambassador, a Certified Passive House Consultant, and chair of the Design Review Committee in Guilford, CT.
Paulo Campos AIA, NOMA
Principal, Patriquin Architects
Paolo Campos combines advanced modeling and rendering skills with innovative design ideas and solid construction detailing throughout the firm’s projects. Adept at effective project management and design leadership, he has progressed to become an integral part of the firm’s strategic planning.
Prior to joining Patriquin Architects, Paolo worked with Centerbrook Architects for 10 years, collaborating on the design of numerous Higher Education and Commercial projects.
Paolo received a Bachelor of Arts and a Masters of Architecture at Yale University. Paolo is licensed in the state of Connecticut, is NCARB certified, and is a member of NOMA, USGBC and AIA CT where he serves as Co-Chair on the Building Performance and Regulations Committee.
Director of Communications; 475 High Performance Building Supply
Johnny began a career in sustainability in 2009 when he became involved in co-authoring the first Climate Action Plan for The Evergreen State College, then developed regional sustainability plans in local government in the Pacific Northwest before joining 475. He holds degrees in Sustainability Planning from Evergreen and The City College of New York. Johnny now lives in Boulder, CO, where he loves to commute by bike and serves as President of Colorado Green Building Guild.
475 Product Consultant; 475 High Performance Building Supply
Eddie’s interest in building science and construction technology began during his architectural education at Carnegie Mellon. As a student he learned about energy efficient construction, and contributed to an initiative to distribute Weatherization Kits to low-income renters in Pittsburgh. After graduating he spent 2 years working in Baltimore at an architecture firm focused on cultural and educational work, before moving to New York to pursue his interest in sustainability in the construction industry.
Co-hosted by 475 High Performance Building Supply
Presented by Patriquin Architects