My Architecture, a Client’s Perspective
an AIA East Bay Monthly Program
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
5:30pm, wine and cheese reception to follow.
Early bird rate before June 22: Free for AIA Members and employees of chapter member firms; $10 for guests.
After June 22: $5 AIA Members & employees of chapter member firms; $15 guests.
At the door: $20
1.5 CES LUs
Join us for our monthly program as a selection of owners and clients from four recently completed design projects present and discuss how the architecture and design of the project affects, supports, advances and represents their work and the mission of their program.
Oakland Museum of California (Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects)
UCSF Anatomy Learning Center (Harley Ellis Devereaux)
Girls Inc.’s Simpson Center for Girls (Anne Phillips Architecture)
EBALDC‘s Swan’s Market (Pyatok)
Lance Gyorfi, Vice Chair of the Oakland Museum of California Board of Trustees, will discuss Mark Cavagnero Associates Architects’ renovations to architect Kevin Roche’s original 1969 design.
Judy Glenn, Chief Operating Officer of Girls Inc., will share the non-profit’s new Simpson Center for Girls in downtown Oakland and the opportunities the new space has provided.
Joshua Simon, Executive Director of the East Bay Asian Local Development Corporation (EBALDC), will take us through how the renovations of downtown Oakland’s historic Swan’s Market has advanced the non-profit’s mission.
A panel of University of California San Francisco (UCSF) faculty will highlight how the renovations to the UCSF Anatomy Learning Center have helped them better teach anatomy to their students. The panel includes: Kimberly Topp, Professor and Chair of the Department of Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Science and Department of Anatomy; Peter Ohara, Professor of the Department of Anatomy; and Kevin Souza, Associate Dean for Medical Education.
Cheese and wine reception to follow.