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The Power of Design (and Designers): Architecture Camp with the Fam 1st Foundation

By: Kurt Lavenson, AIA I was reminded recently that the transformative power of design reaches beyond buildings and spaces. When we’re lucky, we reach hearts. This year I was introduced by AIA East Bay chapter past-president Jeremiah Tolbert, AIA to … Continue reading

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Volunteer to Help with the 3rd Annual Youth Architecture Camp!

Tuesday, June 21, 2016 – Saturday, June 25, 2016 9am-4:30pm Location: Cal Design Lab, (4th Floor of Small Tower) Wurster Hall Click here to sign up. The second annual architecture camp for underrepresented and at-risk youth needs volunteers! This program, … Continue reading

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Second Annual Youth Architecture Camp

AIA East Bay and Fam 1st family foundation co-hosted the second annual Youth Architecture Camp in June, a week-long program that exposes middle school students to architecture and design-thinking. Campers spent the week helping Josh Johnson and Marshawn Lynch, Fam 1st … Continue reading

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