The Future Of Green Design: Panel Discussion

Furniture New York member David Bergman, author of Sustainable Design, will be participating in a panel discussion on the future of green design on Thursday, June 7, 7:00 P.M. at Van Alen Books.

The details are as follows:

Hope you can make it to this exciting panel discussion on the future of green design.

Susan Szenasy, Mitchell Joachim and Victoria Milne will have some great insights, and I’ll try to say something smart, too.


Call it green design, ecodesign or sustainable design, it’s come a long way since we first started giving it names. Evolving from outlier to, arguably, mainstream, where is the field now and where is it headed’? This is the closing question posed in the new book, Sustainable Design: A Critical Guide.

To explore this question. Metropolis Magazine Editor-in-Chief Susan S. Szenasy will moderate a panel discussion with architect and Sustainable Design author David Bergman, Terreform ONE Co-Founder and Planetary ONE partner Mitchell Joachim, and NYC Department of Design and Construction Director of Creative Services Victoria Milne.

Van Alen Books is NYC’s architecture and design bookstore located at Van Alen Institute’s headquarters at 30 West 22nd Street. Find out more

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