Architecture 101: Teaching the Language of Architecture

An AIA East Bay Monthly Program


Wednesday, March 25, 2015
5:30pm, includes buffet dinner and drinks.
Location: AIA East Bay, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland, CA 94612
Please CLICK HERE to Register


for Architect/Emeritus/Allied AIA Members;
$5 for Associate AIA Members;
Free for Student Members (AIA East Bay);
$15 for Non-Members and Guests.

This program will be facilitated by Doug Wittnebel, AIA, Principal at Gensler.

Local commissions and review boards often comprise citizens with little formal education in the built environment, but who are expected to understand the purpose and prose of architecture. This puts them – and A/E/C professionals – at a disadvantage that can potentially impact the success of a project.

All are welcome to join AIA East Bay for a charette-styled event in which we’ll develop a training program for “teaching the language of architecture”. Members are strongly encouraged to bring junior co-workers, non-architect friends and family to ensure we avoid jargon and “archispeak”.

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