Vladimir Mikler to Present Healthy and Sustainable Glazing at Façade Tectonics
Façade Tectonics Forum Vancouver is a regional conference hosted by Façade Tectonics offers a diverse program of industry leaders sharing innovations in advanced building facades, and emergent drivers that are changing the performance demands on buildings. This Forum’s theme is THE GOOD AND THE BAD: Evolving Considerations and Practices of Building Facade Glazing.
Integral Group is proud to be represented by Vladimir Mikler, Principal – Vancouver, in the panel discussion:
Monday, July 30, 2018 | 11:05am – 12:20pm
Some of the subjects covered will be strategies to optimize glazing design to achieve optimal thermal performance of buildings while maximizing human comfort and the degree of diffused daylighting, and minimizing glare and excessive solar heat gains.
- Joel Good, M.A. SC, P.Eng | Building Performance Design Consultant, RWDI
- Gail Brager, Ph.D |Professor of Architecture and Director, UC Berkeley Center for Environmental Design Research
- Vladimir Mikler, MSC, P.Eng, LEED AP | Principal, Integral Group
Vladimir has a passion for designing energy-efficient and environmentally responsive buildings. With over 25 years of experience, Vladimir is well versed in all aspects of sustainable building design. A recognized leader in geo-exchange technology, Vladimir has designed several systems internationally and co-authored the Geo-Exchange System Design Guidelines for applications in British Columbia. Vladimir is the Engineer-of-Record for Gleneagles Community Centre, the first “constant temperature building” in North America, as well as the recently completed Creekside Community Centre, BC’s first LEED Platinum recreational facility. He has also served as an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia’s School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
For more information, and to register for this event, please visit Façade Tectonics Forum Vancouver.
Time: 11:05am - 12:20pm
Speaker: Vladimir Mikler, Principal