School of Architecture alumnus Lance Davis highlighted in publication

October 17th, 2012 Comments Off on School of Architecture alumnus Lance Davis highlighted in publication

Lance Davis, AIA, LEED, is highlighted in the upcoming book, The Rise of Living Architecture. 

Davis, a 1995 graduate of the Mississippi State University School of Architecture, is also participating in a book signing at the 10th Annual Green Roof & Wall Conference: Cities Alive, being held in Chicago, Ill., from Oct. 17-20.

Davis was recognized in the book for his work in bringing planted roofs to Washington, D.C., and the explosion of planted roofs and living walls within the Federal Government.

The alumnus will also speak at the conference about the integrated design process and its use to increase the benefits of natural and man-made systems.

From the Green Roofs website:
The Rise of Living Architecture
celebrates the contribution of more than 50 leading experts to the development of the green roof and wall industry over the past decade. Leadership profiles are drawn from a wide range of business, academia, policy and design professionals. These extraordinary individuals share their greatest accomplishments and views on the future development of the industry. The Rise of Living Architecture is a beautiful table top book that was designed by award-winning Ian Rapsey and includes a Foreward on Restorative Design by celebrated academic Stephen Kellert of Yale University and an essay on the transformative power of living architecture by Steven W. Peck, Founder and President of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. The outstanding photographic work of Brad Temkinis featured throughout this limited edition work.

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