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'WHERE ART MEETS ENVIRONMENT: EXAMPLES OF GREEN ARCHITECTURE IN THE 21ST CENTURY' LECTURE BY MR VINCENT PIERI
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In conjunction with Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum, Mdina the U.S. Embassy is organizing a public presentation,  entitled "Where Art Meets Environment:  Examples of Green Architecture in the 21st Century," which will take place at Palazzo Santa Sofia (a few doors down from Palazzo Falson), Villegaignon Street, Mdina on Tuesday, September 28, 2010 at 6:30 pm.   

 

Mr. Vincent Pieri, who will deliver the presentation and answer questions from the audience, is an American architect who focuses on the integration of green and sustainable strategies into the built environment at every level of his work, from the initial design to the application of sustainable project management principles.  He is committed to the green building movement and specializes in design related to the island environments of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. 

 

Mr. Pieri was born in St. Louis Missouri but has lived in Puerto Rico since 1988.  He currently practices as the principal of Pieri + Associates Architects, an architecture, project management and green design consultancy based in San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Established in 2003, Pieri + Associates Architects is dedicated to enabling developers, facility owners, architects, engineers and contractors better understand and adopt successful eco‐effective strategies by providing creative interdisciplinary technical support from early‐stage integrative design efforts and validation metrics throughout the project design, construction and start‐up phases.

 

Mr. Pieri's work and experience across the Caribbean gives him unique insight into the issues surrounding the development of green architectural design and planning.  The public is invited to attend the presentation.  Please contact the U.S. Embassy (email:  usembmalta@state.gov; Tel: 2561-4118) for additional information.

 

Attendance is free of charge and seats will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

 

 

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