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WNYSEA Hosts UB Solar Decathlon Presentation

On Monday, April 7, fans of green architecture are invited to attend the WNY Sustainable Energy Association’s UB Solar Decathlon Presentation where UB Professor of Architecture Martha Bohm and UB Clinical Assistant Professor of Architecture Brad Wales (along with their graduate students) will unveil and discuss renderings of the GRoW House (featured here).

The sustainable house is being built in Greater Buffalo, then will be shipped to Irvine California for judging, before coming back to Buffalo where it will serve as an urban living laboratory for green studies.

A rendering shows the solar-powered GRoW House, whose features include a 649-square-foot greenhouse where home gardeners can grow vegetables in any weather. Credit: Ned Schelleng, produced in a design studio led by Brad Wales
A rendering shows the solar-powered GRoW House, whose features include a 649-square-foot greenhouse where home gardeners can grow vegetables in any weather. Credit: Ned Schelleng, produced in a design studio led by Brad Wales

WNYSEA Hosts UB Solar Decathlon Presentation

Monday, April 7th at 7pm
Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center
341 Delaware Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14202
(716) 854-1694
www.hallwalls.org
Free and Open to the Public!

Lead image: Nick Karl, produced in a design studio led by Brad Wales

 

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