CS & Architectural Record’s Mastering Movement™ Academy Newest Course

Have you heard about the Mastering Movement™ Academy, a comprehensive AIA continuing education credit (CEU) course series? Created through a partnership between CS and Architectural Record magazine and hosted on their BNP Media Continuing Education site, this series demonstrates our building movement expertise. And the best part? These classes are all free and open to anyone!

Participants learn how to master movement of all kinds — from seismic, wind, rain, and sun! Some classes include seismic activity solutions, how to accommodate movement in building design, how louvers and expansion joints can help you master the elements, the art of mastering movement using earthquake-ready stairs and much more!

In fact, our next course is “breathing new life into louvers.” On October 25, panelists take a comprehensive look at louvers with their newest live webinar, “Architectural Louvers Breathe New Life into the Room: Exploring the role of louvers in the built environment: ventilation, light, design and movement.”

CS Senior Business Development Manager Sean Carver, and two other presenters, Charles Thomson of CentraRuddy Architects and Alex Korter of CO Architects, will discuss the “when, where and why” around louvers. Sean will delve into how the louver market has shifted. Louvers, while still functional, have become ever more integrated into building design. He will also have an in-depth discussion on blank-offs and how they feature in that shift. As examples, Sean will share case stories involving notable projects such as the San Francisco Air Traffic Control Tower and The Wave at Stadium Place.

So, feel free to join us on October 25 at 2:00 pm. Remember, this free course is not just offered to architects interested in getting AIA credit to maintain their licenses. It is open to anyone interested in learning more. Register for the course today! See you there!

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