FAA Principals Speaking Engagements

| October 17, 2018
Boston – Finegold Alexander Architects (FAA) announced that several of its principals are speaking in high-profile places around the country.

Regan Shields Ives

Regan Shields Ives, principal, will speak about Boston’s Eliot School Project and related innovation theses on a panel, Thinking Inside the Box, The Case for Transformation, at LearningScapes, the Association for Learning Environments’ annual conference in Chicago’s Palmer House Hilton on Nov. 3, with David Stephen of New Vista Design and Traci Walker Griffith, principal, Eliot Innovation School.

Moe Finegold

Tony Hsaio

Moe Finegold, senior principal, and Tony Hsaio, principal, director of design, will be on a panel, A Muslim, a Jew, and a Christian Walk onto a Golf Course… covering the innovative Tri-Faith Initiative in Omaha, Nebraska, and the design for three buildings and the landscape including a mosque, a synagogue, and a church, all on one site. This will be presented at the AIA Virginia Exchange East on Nov. 9.

Ellen Anselone

Ellen Anselone, principal, spoke recently at the Urban Land Institute’s fall meeting, with a panel on Serendipitous Outcomes of Adaptive Reuse. The discussion centered around the fact that adaptive reuse is not only reusing an old site or building for a purpose other than that for which it was built or designed. It also calls for a reprogramming of a building without compromising its historic importance and character. The unexpected treasures discovered through adaptive reuse have opened people’s eyes to design features that can be applied to many types of architecture. Case studies of innovative adaptive reuse projects were presented.
She spoke along with Bryce Turner, BCT Architects; Peter DiPrincio, Seawall Development; and John Renner, Cross Street Partners.


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