APT keynote speaker profiled in Smithsonian Magazine

Posted by: jkguin on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 12:00:00 am

John Ochsendorf, an MIT professor, is profiled in the August 2010 issue of Smithsonian magazine. He is featured for his work that shows how ancient architecture can be the basis for a more sustainable future. He collaborated on a project at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum with APT members Bob Silman and Derek Trelstad from the New York-based engineering firm Robert Silman Associates.  Click here to read more online at Smithsonian.com.

John Ochsendorf will present Preservation Technology: Perils and Possibilities at the APT Denver 2010 Opening Session scheduled for 4:00–5:00 p.m., Thursday, October 7. Click here for more details about the Opening Session and for links to Conference information and registration.

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