January 28, 2021
12-1pm

Living on Zero

Off-the-Grid retreat 54 miles from Times Square

Presenter: Betty Rexrode, Founder and Principal Rexrode Chirigos Architects

Overview: Come along on a journey about ‘Little Red’, a transformative case study demonstrating off- the-grid building and sustainable lifestyle approach toward zero-impact. Discover the history of the Great South Bay bay cottages, Oak Island and its community, an awareness of the factors and eco-design philosophy that influence the restoration of a 1884 structure and the environmental stewardship of living in a protected habitat.

Betty Rexrode 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 and AIA /WIA. Betty received her Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University a licensed architect, registered in New York and New Jersey, LEED and NCARB certified.

This lecture is accredited for AIA Continuing Education, HSW, 1 LU’s and will be presented via Zoom.

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