Dr. Pier Paolo Alberghini, Ph.D., Arch., OAA, MRAIC, MOAFT
Vice President BioGeometry® Energy Systems
Dr. Pier Paolo Alerghini has been practicing in Toronto, Canada, since 1985 preceded by four years in New York City and two years in Italy. He has with extensive international experience, having executed projects in Italy, Saudi Arabia, United States (including New York and Florida), the West Indies and Canada.
With expertise in a diverse range of architectural projects, urban design and interior design, he is ideally suited to apply the science of BioGeometry® in any architectural context.
Since 2002 Dr. Alberghini has been working with a new approach to achieve well-being for the users of the buildings he designs, by applying the science of BioGeometry® Energy Systems.
Dr. Russell Richman, Ph.D., P.Eng.,
Associate Professor, Ryerson University
Dr. Russell Richman, Ph.D., P.Eng., Associate Professor at Ryerson University, Department of Architectural Science. He specializes in Sustainable Renovations and actively involved in research, publication, and innovation with his Sustainable 2050 project of a 100 year old urban residential house.
Russell completed his Ph.D. at the University of Toronto (Sustainable Buildings Group, Department of Civil Engineering) specializing in the combined fields of building sciences and sustainable buildings then worked at Yolles Partnership Inc. as an Intermediate Engineer for a four year tenure.
Russell is a brilliant scientist, engineer, and researcher who is working internationally in the combined fields of building sciences and sustainable engineering for over 10 years. He is an innovative scientist and researcher with a vision for a sustainable future and breaking the norms.
Eric Corey Freed, LEED AP, Hon. FIGP
Founding Principal of organicARCHITECT
Eric is based out of San Fransisco with over 20 years experience in green building. He co-developed the Sustainable Design programs at the Academy of Art University and University of California Berkeley Extension, and currently teaches at Boston Architectural College.
He is on the boards of the Inland Empire Chapter of the USGBC, Architects/Designers & Planners for Social Responsibility (ADPSR), and Sustainable Stewards, as well as the advisory boards of over a dozen other organizations.
Eric is the author of four books, including “Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies”, a bestseller with over 200,000 copies in print, and “Sustainable School Architecture.” His latest, “Green$ense for your Home” won the 2011 Outstanding Book Award from the American Society of Journalists and Authors.
Eric is considered a leader in the field; named by San Francisco Magazine “Best Green Architect” in 2005; “Best Visionary” in 2007; and “Green Visionary” by 7×7 Magazine in 2008. In 2012, he was named one of the 25 “Best Green Architecture Firms” in the US, and one of the “Top 10 Most Influential Green Architects.”