Environmental Research and Design Lab
Director: Associate Professor Stephen Meder, D.Arch
Room: 101 C
The Environmental Research and Design Laboratory, an inter-disciplinary research laboratory located in the School of Architecture, was formed to advance sustainable design through research, education, and community outreach, with the aim of improving the dynamic interaction among the built, natural ,and human environments. The laboratory not only directly supports the teaching mission of the School, but regularly provides exceptional research and design assistance to the University, the local community, the State of Hawai‘i, and the greater professional community. The Lab, which supports student assistantships, has undertaken evaluation of the classroom space and energy audit throughout the campus and the Design Futures Lab has participated in Long Range planning for the University.
News + Events
WE APPRECIATE YOUR PATIENCE WHILE WE REDESIGN OUR WEBSITE.
LOOK FOR OUR NEW SITE EARLY MARCH 2016.
UPCOMING LECTURES AND EVENTS
Feb. 8, 2016
WPA 2.0 Creation of 21st Century Public Infrastructure: Beauty, Economics, Politics, Ecology
Susannah Drake, FASLA, RLA, RA
Principal, DLAND studio Architecture + Landscape Architecture
Feb 22, 2016
Practicing Architectural Education
Michael Monti, PhD
Executive Director, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture,
Mar 14, 2016
Lecture: Our Model of Models
Exhibition: My Model of Models
Kiel Moe, AIA
Associate Professor of Architecture and Energy
Harvard University Graduate School of Design
Mar 28, 2016
Lo-Fab [Locally Fabricated]
Senior Director, MASS Design Group Ltd.
April 11, 2016
Local Code: 3,659 Proposals About Data, Design, and the Nature of Cities
Nicholas de Monchaux
Associate Professor of Architecture and Urban Design,
College of Environmental Design, UC-Berkeley,