The 2030 Palette: Applications, Methods, Guidelines and Resources for the New Built Environment

The 2030 Palette: Applications, Methods, Guidelines and Resources for the New Built Environment

Explore features of the 2030 Palette as a tool for professionals to plan and develop sustainable, resilient, and low carbon/carbon neutral built environments.

Description: 

Our world is going to be redesigned, reshaped, and rebuilt over the next twenty years, affecting more than 900 billion square feet of construction. Take command of this historic opportunity to meet the demand of the 2030 Challenge targets and recreate a world that is sustainable, resilient, accesses renewable resources, and adapts to climate by using the 2030 Palette, a revolutionary, free, online platform that puts the principles of creating these built environments at your fingertips. You’ll learn how to use to the tool to develop schematic planning strategies and building designs for sustainable, resilient, low carbon/carbon neutral built environments.

Learning objectives

  • Understand the architecture and planning information gap filled by the 2030 Palette.     
  • Learn how to apply the 2030 Palette’s strategies, application, tools, and design and planning guidelines for built environments differentiated by location, topography, and climate.
  • Discover the interactive features of the 2030 Palette, and how to input user content.
  • Learn how to create and share your own project specific Palettes.
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Average: 4.5 (303 votes)
$40 non-member
$25 member
1.50 LUs
  • HSW
  • GBCI
  • RIBA

Instructors

  • Edward Mazria

    Edward Mazria

    AIA

    Founder, Architecture 2030

    Edward Mazria, AIA, is an internationally recognized architect, author, researcher, and educator....

Course details

Contents: Video, quiz, evaluation

Expiration: One year after purchase

Duration: 1:30

Passing Score: 80% on quiz