Founder, Architecture 2030
Ed Mazria spoke at Living Future unConference 2016
Edward Mazria is an internationally recognized architect, author, researcher, and educator. His seminal research into the sustainability, resilience, energy consumption, and greenhouse gas emissions of the built environment has redefined the role of architecture, planning, design, and building in reshaping our world. He is the founder of Architecture 2030, a think tank developing real-world solutions for 21st century problems.
Throughout his 40-year career, Mazria’s architectural work, research, and innovations have influenced the way we design and build. Early in his career, he authored The Passive Solar Energy Book, which helped introduce the world to solar design. Mazria issued the 2030 Challenge, and recently introduced the 2030 Palette, an education platform covering the principles behind low-carbon/zero carbon and resilient built environments. He helped organize the inaugural Buildings Day held as part of the UN Climate Change Conference in Paris last year.
Mazria speaks nationally and internationally on the subject of architecture, design, energy, economics, and climate change.
Mr. Mazria’s awards include American Planning Association Award, American Solar Energy Society Pioneer Award, Equinox Award, National Conservation Achievement Award, Game Changers Award from Metropolis Magazine, 2011 Purpose Prize, and the 2015 Kemper Award from the American Institute of Architects.
A decade ago, Ed Mazria gave the keynote address at the first-ever Living Future unConference. Ed returns to our 10-year anniversary to discuss the intersection between architecture, education, research, and the global environment. In the world of architecture and urban design, no issue is as pressing as full-fledged regenerative design, and there is no better […]