May 6, 2022

12:00pm - 1:00pm

Living on Zero: Circular Ecology

A case study demonstrating the circular approach to restoring an existing structure, off-the-grid systems, and working toward a zero-impact lifestyle, presented by Betty Rexrode, AIA LEED, via Zoom.

Discover an awareness of the factors and eco-design philosophy that influence the restoration of an 1884 cottage and the environmental stewardship of living in a protected habitat and in reinforcing circular approach to regenerative living.

This event is part of Circular City Week ––the biggest circular economy festival in the United States. Circular City Week runs from May 1st to May 7th.

Betty Rexrode, AIA LEED is an award-winning architect known for her design of commercial galleries and art related spaces, establishing Rexrode Chirigos Architects in 2006. She is a relentless environmentalist; NYC sailor and cyclist; raises Phelon oysters and an active member of Cornell SPAT & Billion Oyster Project; board member of the Great South Bay Island Association; and involved with Transportation Alternatives, Bridges4People, and AIA /WIA and COTE. Betty received her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University, post bac studies at the University of Texas at Austin, has taught at Princeton, and is a frequent guest critic at Pratt and Carnegie Mellon. Betty is a licensed architect, registered in New York and New Jersey, LEED, WBE and NCARB certified.

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Living on Zero: Circular Ecology

May 6, 2022, 12:00pm - 1:00pm

NOTE: Registration subject to availability

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