Design for Integration – Presented by YAF & EP
The Young Architects and Professional Committee presents an open round table discussion about Design Integration with award winning Architect Mark Cavagnero, FAIA. Design Integration challenges design teams to understand climatic conditions and respond with design strategies that work toward building environments that are beautiful, delightful, healthy, resilient, and economically durable. We will discuss and analyze these various approaches and core principals and how our buildings and environment can benefit from them.
MARK CAVAGNERO, Principal
- Master of Architecture, UC Berkeley
- Bachelor of Arts, Harvard University
Mark Cavagnero, FAIA, founded Mark Cavagnero Associates in 1988, and has guided its growth into a design-centered practice serving clients internationally. His work embodies a timeless quality, visible in a broad range of renovation and new construction work. Mark is focused on creating tangible spaces that encourage the ephemeral aspects of human interactions
As the founding principal of the firm, Mark provides leadership over the design of all projects within the office. He brings over three decades of expertise in the planning, design and construction and has been recognized for seamlessly integrating environmental, cultural and contextual strategies to curate a holistic design approach, through various building types from education, museums, civic buildings, theaters, and residential buildings.
His projects are known for careful attention to balanced natural light through all parts of the building, in support of activities and wellness of the occupants. Mark Cavagnero Associates’ approach in design has garnered the firm more than 100 awards from international, national, state, and local organizations
Mark has personally been recognized with the AIACC 2010 Distinguished Practice Award and the AIACC 2015 Maybeck Award for outstanding lifetime achievement, among many other accolades. He is currently engaged on projects throughout North America, including the new San Francisco Moscone Center Expansion; San Francisco Conservatory of Music; the UCSF Weill Institute for Neurosciences, Quest Diagnostics headquarters in New York; as well as projects for Salesforce spanning across Asia, North America and Europe.
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- Aug 02 2021
- 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm