Aqua-Tecture with Erica Williams
Presented by The Pier Aquarium
The Studio@620 welcomes our friends at The Pier Aquarium as they present Erica Williams,M. Arch,who will share her thoughts about design, quality innovation and alternative design solutions as part of the Green Collaborations Event Series.
Ms. Williams, assistant designer in the Ecosystems Technology Group at the University of South Florida, will present a brief on her master's thesis "Aquatecture: Architectural Adaptation to Rising Sea Level", which is a sustainable community project built on water.
Don't miss this intriguing discussion on Wednesday April 28 at 7:30 PM. Admission is free, RSVP required to reserve a seat.
For more information call 727-803-9799 ext. 206
Register online at https://pieraquarium.site-ym.com/events/attendees.asp?id=99548
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Erica Williams
Erica Williams received her master of architecture degree in 2009 from the University of South Florida School of Architecture and Community Design. An "up-and-coming" designer, Ms. Williams, in collaboration with 12 0ther designers/builders, received an Award of Excellence in "Green Projects" in 2009 from the Hillsborough County Planning Commission for the design and construction of Temple Terrace's Riverfront Park Pavilion. A member of the American institute of Architecture Students and Habitat for Humanity since 2005, she recently presented at the 2010 International Sea Level Conference in Corpus Christi, Texas.
For information about Green Collaborations: 6 Sustainable Events, please visit www.pieraquarium.org