Michael Malinowski FAIA covered the “Architect perspective” as part of a panel of experts who examined the present and future impacts of Technology in Homes across California and the United States. He pointed out that contractors, integrators, and design professionals have a lot of work to do to get ready for 100% Net Zero Energy by 2020 as mandated in California law. Better communication is the place to start. Long Beach Convention Center, March 8th
Telling the story: marry buildings with technology
Humbled and grateful for recognition from my peers in being elevated to AIA Fellowship Malinowski-fellowship-letter.pdf
November AIACC President’s Message Architects-more-than-you-expected.pdf
The 12th annual Code Conversation Event – founded by M.F. Malinowski AIA some 13 years ago – was another great success last evening with over 50 design professionals and building officials. There was a lively exchange of ideas, comments and forward looks, and best of all a continued development of the excellent working relationships between us all.
Article by MFMalinowski, AIACC President, in the California Building News
Is the AIA Complex. You betcha! www.aiacc.org/2016/09/28/aia-deep-dive-texas-style/
Adding secondary units in our urban core areas is a smart and sensible way to leverage existing infrastructure and accommodate sorely needed additional housing, with minimal public impact and often with NO public subsidy. New legislative action will help bring this redevelopment tool to the middle class!