Great neighborhood buildings are small and adaptable, so a webinar about adaptability

From Stephen Kendall, loyal reader and founder of the Open Building movement: "Change is a constant, yet we often build static entities that resist change over time.  The Open Building movement seeks to change that. "Join Tedd Benson, founder and chairman of Bensonwood and Unity Homes, and Stephen Kendall, emeritus professor of architecture at Ball State University –- both of whom are recognized as Open Building experts -– to learn more about Open Building.  The goal of the movement is to change the way architects work to restore the natural dynamic relationship between people and the places in which they live.

"Learn how separating structure, systems, and interiors may create dynamic buildings that are enabled to last hundreds of years, take a look at some of the technologies and building practices that are in place in open buildings, and explore the challenges that have prevented this concept from wide-spread adopting in North America."  Webinar registration here.