National Geographic has a great article out right now, "Green Buildings Renew Austin's Core", discussing the renewal of Austin's urban core, and the Center's role in... Read More
Design Build Adventure and the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems (Max Pot) are excited to announce their "Serious Commotion" on Friday, November 11 and Saturday, November 12,... Read More
Come out and enjoy an evening at the Center, with though-provoking discussion and refreshments. Admission is free, but parking is limited so carpool if you can. 11/4/16, 5:30 PM. 8604... Read More
Gail and Pliny will be moderating and speaking on a panel at Austin Earthday 2016 april 23rd. There will be lots of great speakers, events, music, and food so be sure to come out to Mueller Saturday... Read More
Architect Paul E. Fallon spoke to Gail and Pliny for his “How Will We Live Tomorrow?” project. He is riding his Bicycle around America and talking to all sorts fo people about... Read More
Our April Open House lands on the 1st this year but it is no joke that you will learn about The Center and the work we do here. Join us for refreshing dialogues and stimulating refreshments. In... Read More
The Center's first Open House of 2016! We are starting a new program where we will be dedicating a portion of the Open House to one of our Lenses. Same relaxed interactive atmosphere but now with... Read More
Pliny Fisk III has an article in Trim Tab from the Living Future Institution on the Lens: Conceptual Space Race. Read it here.
Thank you Michael for the wonderful write up in the Austin-American Statesman. A really in-depth look at Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems Read it here.
A paper that Pliny Fisk III wrote just got published in a series on #Sustainable Futures called #Rethink / White Papers by the Office of... Read More