Tuesday, February 6, 2018
Free and open to all. Space is limited.
Location: CEI PACE Center, 1850 Fairway Drive, San Leandro
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1.5 CES/HSW LUs
The NorCal Design for Aging Committee tours the Center for Elders’ Independence, the premier provider of The Program of All-inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE). The San Leandro center was designed by Kava Massih Architects.
Center for Elders’ Independence has been serving seniors since 1992. They are a premier provider of PACE, which is the nation’s only integrated acute and long-term care program for low income frail seniors. Center for Elders’ Independence (CEI) provides high quality, affordable, integrated health care services, which promote autonomy and quality of life for seniors, while keeping them in the community and living at home. CEI provides transportation from participants homes to the Center.
CEI selected a 15,660 square feet existing commercial office building in San Leandro for this unique senior adult day activity center and clinic. We worked with a steering committee on the architectural programming to insure the design respected participant’s dignity while providing enough stimulus and activities.
The orientation of the building takes advantage of natural daylight and large windows provide views of the outdoors. The dining, lounge and activity spaces are oriented to views of the courtyard. Nature elements are incorporated are the interior design for improved health and well-being of both participants and staff.
The design is inviting and comfortable, encouraging participant’s engagement socially and through activities. The center provides a large lounge and multiple activity rooms plus a large dining and a serving kitchen. Also included are spaces for rehabilitation services and support.The clinic is set up for four providers with six exam rooms and is accessible from the outside through an internal passageway. The clinic was designed to OSHPD 3 requirements.
This event has been postponed. We will notify you when we reschedule.
Friday, March 17, 2017
Lunch provided by Vectorworks, Inc.
Please RSVP by 10am March 16 to email@example.com
1.5 CES LUs
Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Site Information Modeling (SIM) applications provide us with the necessary tools to carry out well-designed and well-planned projects that save both time and money. These same BIM and SIM tools can also be used to help make informed decisions and create responsible, sustainable designs. This presentation will look at case studies of both architecture and landscape architecture projects that utilized intelligent BIM objects and tools to achieve low-impact, sustainable designs.
About the Presenter:
As a Regional Account Manager, David Dengler promotes the Vectorworks brand through consultative sales, marketing, promotion, education, and outreach across California. He also conducts CEU presentations and enables educational institutions to bring the Vectorworks platform into their classrooms. David is well suited for the task because he possesses extensive CAD software experience, including first-hand knowledge of Vectorworks software and its rendering capabilities. He has used Vectorworks professionally since 1996. Before joining Vectorworks Inc. in 2013, David was a designer with Adler Display. Prior to that, he founded his own company and developed apps for iPhone/iPad. He has worked as a project designer/manager with various architectural firms in California for over 15 years where he completed both residential and commercial projects. He holds a bachelor’s degree in architecture from the Southern California Institute of Architecture.
- Understand BIM and SIM workflows.
- Learn how designers can benefit from using a BIM application.
- Discover what tools are available to make sustainable design decisions.
- See how designers are achieving success with intelligent tools and applications.
Saturday, September 17, 2016
Location: 2500 Union Street, Oakland, CA
Cost: $5 AIA Members / $10 Guests
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1.5 CES LUs
You’ve seen Chris French Metal’s work in home tours projects and design award winners and now here’s your chance to get an inside look at the studio where it’s all created. CFM is a premier metal working shop that specializes in highly-crafted architectural metal with experience in both traditional and contemporary fabrication technologies.
This tour will focus on fabrication techniques, materials, equipment, opportunities and challenges of working with metal. We will experience first-hand what is involved in the detailing and execution of high-end architectural metal work.
CFM is a full-service shop offering consultation, design, shop drawings, fabrication, finish work and custom patina as well as delivery and installation. They facilitate extensive coordination with architects, engineers, designers and other building trades.
Photo cred: Mariko Reed
The registration deadline for the 2016 AIA East Bay Residential Design Awards has passed.
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Awards Reception & Presentation: 6pm, October 20, 2016
Location: Gensler Oakland, 2101 Webster St #2000, Oakland, CA 94612
$25 AIA member / $35 Non-member
- Projects must have been completed since September 1, 2009
- AIA East Bay members may submit projects located anywhere
- Non-member architects may submit projects located in the following Bay Area counties: Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Santa Clara, San Francisco, San Mateo, Solano and Sonoma
- Applicant need not be a registered architect or AIA member, but must be responsible for design of project.
- Residential projects of all types are encouraged, including:
- New Construction
- Small Budgets (under $30,000)
- Affordable/Senior/Marketrate Multi-family
- Student Housing, etc.
Ray Calabro, FAIA
Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
Jennifer Devlin-Herbert, FAIA
Associated Building Supply
Dealey Renton & Associates
Dolan’s Windows and Doors
The GRUBB Co.
Pacific Coast Building Products
Saturday, July 16, 2016
Location: Meet at the Patio at Peralta and Helen Streets, Oakland, CA 94607
Cost:$5 AIA Members / $10 Guests
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Enjoy a summer morning in the heart of the East Bay! Join us at City Slicker Urban Farms & Park to learn about how an industrial site was transformed into a neighborhood gathering place through the efforts of many, including tour leaders Lowney Architects.
Since their grassroots beginnings in 2001, City Slicker Farms has been in the vanguard of the 21st-century urban farming and food justice movement, offering skills training, community building and a commitment to social, economic and racial justice in the heart of the city.
Besides the farm, the project features community gathering space, space for nutrition demos, an orchard, playground and raised community garden beds for 28 families. Site-built structures include the main building which houses an office and restrooms, covered and open-air farm stands and a demonstration zone. The chicken coops and front gate result from student-involved design. The coop, designed and built by CCA students, is an innovative approach to a traditional simple building.
The mission of City Slicker Farms is to empower West Oakland community members to meet the immediate and basic need for healthy fresh food, free of chemicals, for themselves and their families by creating high-yield urban farms and backyard gardens.
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Location: De La Salle High School, 1130 Winton Drive, Concord, CA 94518
$5 AIA Members and employees of chapter-member firms; $10 Guests
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1.5 CES LUs
Join AIA East Bay for a tour of an educational center that embodies the future of learning. Designed by Ratcliff to support the De La Salle High School’s changing program and need for future expansion, the new STREAM (Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Art and Math) Innovation Center is a fascinating educational environment.
The 39,000 sf Center supports and enhances the interdisciplinary interaction of the Science, Technology, Robotics, Engineering, Art and Math departments. Although each classroom is specifically designed for its program, the project creates spaces both inside and out that provide blended, collaborative project opportunities. These physical relationships encourage synergies between different disciplines with opportunities for sharing space, tools, equipment—and most importantly, ideas. Interactive spaces also support the faculty, with collocated department offices and conference rooms adjacent to teaching spaces, where faculty can share ideas and engage with students.
The Center provides a contemporary interpretation of the existing campus brick vernacular by introducing metal panel and operable sunshades in its design expression. The building design is also a learning tool for students that highlights sustainable strategies, such as exposed thermal mass and radiant conditioning, and operable sunshades that track the sun over the course of the day.
POSTPONED. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive notification of the new date.
Free; open to all in the A/E/C community.
For 2016 we’re looking at what is interesting to you–the A/E/C community. It could be parametric design or musical roads. A new type of dining experience or the 2016 Tesla designs. Are you obsessed with biomimicry? Japanese punk bands? How your refrigerator can order you more apples when you’re running low? Make a list of five to ten things that excite, inspire, provoke, etc.
If you’d like to bring a flash drive with images and or websites, please do for a pecha-kucha presentation!