Please join the NY Landmarks Conservancy to hear from a group of preservationists and architects who will provide a critical framework and practical advice on sustainability in historic houses. These professionals will discuss their own experiences, highlighting what is successful and what should be rethought, and will answer questions from the audience.
Preservation is Sustainability: How to Make Your Historic House More Energy Efficient
Date: Thursday, Nov. 12 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm
Location: Lafayette Avenue Presbyterian Church, 85 South Oxford Street, Brooklyn
Walter Sedovic, AIA LEED, Principal & CEO, Walter Sedovic Architects, moderator
Christine Benedict, R.A. ARCHITECTURE AND ENERGY LIMITED
William Neeley, Deputy Director, Preservation, Landmarks Preservation Commission
Rebecca Williams, Program Officer, Northeast Regional Office, National Trust for Historic Preservation.
Tickets: $5.00. Registration Required.
Contact Meral Agish at email@example.com or call 212.995.5260 to register.
About the Landmarks Conservancy:
"For over 35 years, the Landmarks Conservancy has promoted the benefits of historic preservation and has become a trusted advocate for preservation policy. In addition, our unique financial assistance and expert technical advice have won national recognition. Since 1973, the Conservancy has provided more than $30 million in low-interest loans and grants, accompanied by countless hours of pro bono technical assistance to countless, non-profits, and caretakers of religious buildings for the maintenance and restoration of historic properties."