Bonnie Blake-Drucker, FAIA will be exhibiting photographs of Kyoto at the Japanese Consulate in San Francisco from October first to November twenty-fifth. Since taking Marc Treib and Ron Herman’s class at UC in Japanese gardens she had longed to visit Japan. She has been there three times and will return in 2016. Her photographs highlight the people of the Jidai Matsuri and sites in Kyoto. The consulate hours are 9:30am to 12n and 1:00pm to 4:40pm.
Bonnie’s photos can be seen at bonnieblakedrucker.zenfolio.com
Sam Davis, FAIA, professor emeritus in the UC Berkeley department of architecture, assumed the newly created position of Retirement Liaison at the beginning of August. Through his new position, Davis will provide “assistance in negotiating pre- and post-retirement arrangements” for faculty, according to an email sent to campus administrators Aug. 17. Additionally, he will assist with negotiating the campus Pathway to Retirement option, an agreement that allows retirees access to certain provisions after retirement, which could include the use of campus offices and research space.
Rachael Lee Joins Harley Ellis Devereaux
Harley Ellis Devereaux is pleased to announce that Rachel Lee, AIA, LEED® AP BD+C, has joined the firm as Science & Technology Studio Leader. Based in Harley Ellis Devereaux’s San Francisco, California, office, Lee will oversee the management of the firm’s Science & Technology practice in the Bay Area. With 19 years’ experience, Lee focuses on complex Science & Technology projects for top-tier research institutions. Lee’s experience includes master planning, programming, laboratory planning, total building planning and design, technical coordination, construction administration, quality assurance and project management.
21st Amendment Brewery Tour
The tour of the brewery was led by David Darling, AIA of Aidlin Darling Design on Saturday, September 12th.