Wednesday, June 5, 2013
AIA East Bay, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612
Tickets: $10, please purchase in advance. Click here for tickets
A wine and cheese reception follows the program.
Should preservation groups be allowed to stop demolition of a beloved Neutra house? Should planning commissions approve the demolition of an iconic structure for redevelopment? If a building is architecturally important–and only 12 years old–can it be destroyed for expansion purposes?
KQED host Michael Krasny leads a moderated discussion–and lively debate–addressing property rights, preservation, and the impact of architecture on our communities.
David Trachtenberg, AIA, Trachtenberg Architects
Patrick Kennedy, Panoramic Interests
Michael Buhler, Executive Director, SF Architectural Heritage
Mark McClure, California Capital & Investment Group
Kelley Kahn, Economic and Workforce Development Director, City of Oakland.
Keep the discussion going with wine and cheese after the program!
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