WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28 | 12:00PM - 1:00PM | ZOOM
This session will discuss the convergence of 3D printing with earthen construction for affordable and Net Positive housing. You will learn how commercially-ready technologies for creating building envelopes can be applied to support both housing affordability, as well as improving ecological footprints and handprints (positive impact). After the concept and technology is presented, the session will cover adjacent areas of building design and construction that must be considered for affordability and ecology.
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Cody is the Founder of Corona Enterprises, an aspiring regenerative design-build cooperative focused on ending poverty in San Diego and regenerating our local ecological systems by pooling local resources and leveraging both the new technologies of the 3rd industrial revolution, and the over 1 billion years of R&D nature has done to develop tools and techniques for meeting basic biological needs (food, shelter, transportation etc.).
Cody grew up in the NW corner of Montana with Glacier National Park in his backyard and at 18 moved to North Carolina where he received a BA in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University. Since then he has been working through the LLC he started in college as a Beyond Sustainability Specialist in sectors such as wastewater, regenerative agriculture, and housing, where he communicates complex technical concepts into marketable and commercially viable systems that leverage technology as a tool for social good. Cody is committed to creating integrated urban systems - blending the built environment with its surrounding ecological and agricultural systems while operating economies that actually regenerate the planet. He has diverse skills in designing engineered solutions to environmental challenges and influencing behavioral change.