Architectural Record’s 2022 Innovation Conference: “Architecture and Alternatives”

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NOTE: Quiz for on-demand attendees will be available on October 20th by 5pm EST
If you attended the live webinar for a minimum of 45 minutes, you DO NOT need to complete the quiz to earn credit. Your certificate of completion will be added to your CE Center Credit Tracker within 24 hours and your credit will be reported to AIA.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe architectural interventions for urban infrastructure and civic spaces that can make cities more livable, vital, and sustainable.
  2. Discuss principles for ethical place-making that promote equity and inclusion in the built environment and enhance human interaction.
  3. Identify strategies that make buildings more resilient to the changing climate while simultaneously enriching occupant experience.
  4. Describe innovative models for professional practice that establish architects as problem solvers well-positioned to address social and environmental ills.


Under theme “Architecture and Alternatives,” Architectural Record’s Innovation Conference will explore the breadth and depth of architectural work, including the deployment of design thinking beyond the conventional boundaries of the field. Presenters will discuss a variety of typologies and topics, united by underlying principles of ethical place-making and the enhancement of the human experience. The speakers will describe the fundamental ideas that are essential to human-centered design and planning, and how basic concepts of quality and sustainability can be scaled up from prototypical, smaller projects to large schemes for infrastructure; urban designs; public buildings; and the restoration of historic sites. The presentations will bring insight into forms inspired by nature and a deep understanding of how humans interact with their environments, whether urban or rural.


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Originally published in October 2022