At this session we will talk to Natasha Espada, AIA of STUDIO ENÉE in Boston, and Jared Della Valle, FAIA, of Alloy in Brooklyn about their respective projects—both having strong work in sustainable and equitable design. Both were also on the AIA Columbus Architecture Awards jury this year.
Jared has been a developer and architect for over 20 years and has managed the acquisition and predevelopment of more than 2 million square feet in New York City—along the Highline, in Hudson Yards, DUMBO, and downtown Brooklyn. Some of his favorite projects include the One John Street in Brooklyn Bridge Park, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, and Alloy Block.
Natasha has over 30 years of design and construction expertise in both renovation and new construction for institutional, civic, cultural, and commercial clients. She has a strong commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion as an active member of the BSA’s Women’s Principal group, presenter at the AIA Women’s Leadership Summit, curator of the Women In Design exhibit, and part of the AIA Puerto Rico Women in Architecture Exhibit. Some of her favorite projects include Tufts Barnum Hall and Community Art Center for Inquilinos en Acción.
This session is presented by the AIA Columbus Committee on Design.
October 11, 2023
5-6 PM Lecture
6-7 PM Reception
The Center for Architecture and Design
50 W Town St, Suite 110, Columbus, OH 43215
Earn 1.0 LU|HSW
AIA Members and Allied Members: $10
Associate Members and Students: $5