As we wrap up an eventful 2022, the Trivers team remains inspired, active, and engaged in practice and community.
Neil Chace, AIA spoke at the 2022 Healthcare Hospitality Network (HHN) Conference last month on “Design for Wellness”, a presentation focused on why healthy environments are important to hospitality house design. He was also a panelist on the “Expansion 101” session at the conference. After serving on the HHN Board for the past four years, Neil will be stepping down at the end of the year. Earlier this month, Neil also presented at the ULI-St. Louis Construction Tour Event at DOORWAYS
Joel Fuoss, AIA was a panelist on the Citizens for Modern Transit (CMT) “Talking Transit” event discussing creating environments for transit-oriented success. Additionally, Joel was a critic at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC) graduate student presentations, as well as a critic for the Washington University degree projects.
Maggie Hayden, AIA was selected to sit on the jury for the American Society for Landscape Architects (ASLA) New Jersey Chapter Design Awards.
Huzefa Jawadwala, a co-author of a research paper chronicling The Samara House, has been published in the journal Technology | Architecture + Design: Engineering. Located in Indiana, The Samara House was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in the late 1950s. The paper describes the multi-disciplinary approach adopted towards documenting the existing conditions of the house and reimagining its unique architectural heritage.
Nandan Kelotra has joined Urban Land Institute (ULI) St. Louis Young Leaders Group (YLG) Advisory Committee, and also served as a Design Mentor for this years’ ULI St. Louis Real Estate Diversity Initiative (REDI) cohort. Earlier this month, Nandan also presented at the ULI-St. Louis Construction Tour Event at DOORWAYS.
James Roseberry, AIA presented with Abdul-Kaba Abdullah of Park Central Development at the The Association for Preservation Technology International (APT) conference in Detroit last month. The presentation, “Art, Architecture and Development in the Revival of The Grove”, dug deeper into the 20-year endeavor of their partnership to reverse the declining neighborhood population.
Trivers Team ‘Plants it Forward’ at Tower Grove Park – The last weekend in October the Trivers team spent a lovely autumn morning at Tower Gove Park assisting in clearing out and maintaining the display beds in the iconic park. In addition to providing necessary work for the park, the team also learned firsthand the types of plants in the display beds and how to tend to them.