Monthly Archives: July 2018

YAF Presents ALR

Thursday, August 2, 2018 7pm Free and open to all. RSVP to info@aiaeb.org. Join the Young Architects Forum for a brief presentation, discussion, and refreshments with ALR Associated Lighting Representatives.  

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July ArchNews 2018

July ArchNews is out now! Click the links below to read each article: Project Profile: JumpstartMD Medical Clinic Green: Help Your Consultants Help You HKIT: 70 Years and Counting 8/4: Home Tours 2018 Codes: Learning from Accessible Play Areas Member News  … Continue reading

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HKIT: 70 Years And Counting

As part of their 70th anniversary celebration, HKIT agreed to answer questions about their history and what’s next for the firm. Be sure to see their commemorative exhibit at the chapter office the next time you’re in downtown Oakland. HKIT’s exhibit … Continue reading

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Help Your Consultants Help You: Green

Steve Gross is a Senior Energy Analyst and Mechanical Engineer with Interface Engineering, a Bay Area progressive mechanical and electrical consultancy, focusing on innovative engineering solutions for high-performance projects. Delivering a truly high-performance building is an immense challenge that requires … Continue reading

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Member News – July 2018

Judhajit Chakraborty, Assoc. AIA started a new position with Stantec.             John Thatch, AIA of Dahlin Group served on the AIA’s 2018 Housing Awards jury. You can read more about the Housing Awards program here.

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Learning from Accessible Play Areas: Codes

By Kerwin Lee, AIA Very few architects and designers get into designing play grounds. This is not a project scope that is presented to us often, unless it is part of a school or park. Even then, there is a … Continue reading

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JumpstartMD Medical Clinic: Project Profile

JumpstartMD, Northern California’s leading medically supervised weight-loss and wellness practice, opened its flagship center at One Embarcadero, San Francisco’s premier office and retail space and brought on Hilliard Architects to design the project. JumpstartMD helps members reshape their lives and … Continue reading

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COTE: Resilient by Design Challenge

Thursday, July 19, 2018 6pm Free and open to all. RSVP to events@aiaeb.org. Ben Levi gives a presentation of Ratcliff Architect’s explorations into issues raised by the Resilient by Design Bay Area Challenge competition. “Resilience,” like sustainability, is difficult to … Continue reading

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Firm Profile:  A2R Architects

A2R Architects, Inc. was formed in April 2014 with Rob Henley, AIA (UC Berkeley & SFIA) and Rob Sesar, RA (U of Oregon) as principals of the firm.  Combined, the principals have 75 years of experience practicing in the Northern … Continue reading

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Lan T. Ly’s Path to Architecture: Member Profile

After receiving his B.A. in economics from Rutgers University, Lan T. Ly, Assoc. AIA worked at Merrill Lynch in the marketing department of the insurance group. His main responsibilities were to generate sales ideas for over 14,000 financial consultants. Because … Continue reading

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