The Annenberg Foundation and the California Science Center proudly present the North American premiere of the critically acclaimed photography exhibition Amazônia. Read more →
The Future of Architecture: Restorative, Sustainable, Net Zero
Aired On: Jan 29, 2015
Ted Hyman shares experiences from his 35-year career designing sustainable buildings, including the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Headquarters in Agoura Hills and the J. Craig Venter Institute in La Jolla, and looks at the next generation of buildings.
Ted Hyman is Managing Partner of ZGF Architects LLP and has served as Managing Partner of the firm’s Los Angeles and New York offices. For over two decades, he has led teams for many of the firm’s most challenging and technologically complex projects, taking responsibility for the programming, management, coordination, production and construction administration.…
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