Join Jeff Echols and co-host Katharine MacPhail in this episode of Context & Clarity LIVE, where they talk to Jonathan Segal, the founder of Jonathan Segal FAIA, a San Diego-based architecture firm that specializes in high-density, mixed-use projects. With over 30 years of experience, Jonathan is a recognized leader in sustainable architecture and a recipient of numerous awards, including the AIA California Council Firm Award and the AIA San Diego Design Awards Grand Honor Award. In this engaging conversation, Jonathan shares his unique approach to design, which emphasizes community building and social responsibility. Jonathan Segal discusses the challenges of sustainable architecture and the need for innovative solutions. He emphasizes the importance of designing buildings that are both environmentally friendly and economically feasible. Segal also touches on the impact of technology on architecture and the role of architects in creating more sustainable cities. Overall, the conversation highlights the need for collaboration and creativity in addressing the complex issues facing the field of architecture today.
AIA CES Program ID #: GMGH.0008
Approved Type: HSW
Approved Credit Hrs: 1.0 LU
Program Length: 1 Hr 5 Minutes
Program Level: Entry
Category: Project Planning & Design
Instructional Delivery Method(s):
- 01:05:37 Hours
Approved Learning Units and Type:
- 1.0 LU|ELECTIVE
AIA CES Program Approval Expiration Date:
- Approved: 05/31/2023
- Expiration: 05/31/2026
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