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AIASF Housing Committee presents:
2017 AIASF Housing Forum: Envisioning San Francisco in 2100 (3 LUs)
March 24, 2017 // 11am-6pm // Lunch served at 11am and Closing Reception from 5-6pm
Full Forum Tickets (Lunch included):
$75 AIASF Member, $95 General Admission, $50 Student
David Baker, FAIA, David Baker Architects
Gwendolyn Wright, Columbia University, GSAPP Professor of Architecture, Moderator
Adrianne Steichen, AIA, Principal, PYATOK
Alexa Arena, Executive Vice President, West Coast Head of Development, Lendlease
Allison Arieff, Editorial Director, SPUR + Contributing writer, The New York Times
Cynthia Parker, CEO, Bridge Housing
Johanna Hoffman, Landscape Architect, Urban Fabrick
Jonelle Simunich, Foresight Specialist, Arup Foresight + Research + Innovation
Jeff Till, Design Principal, Studio Till
Kearstin Dischinger, Policy Planner, Citywide, San Francisco Planning Dept.
Rachel Flynn, AIA, Vice President of Planning, FivePoint Lennar Housing, former Planning Director, City of Oakland
Riki Nishimura, AIA, Director of Urban Strategies, Gensler
Sonja Trauss, Principal, SFBARF
11:00AM Registration Opens + Lunch is served
12:00PM Welcome and Introductions
12:10PM KEYNOTE (David Baker, FAIA)
12:30-1:30PM 1st Session/PANEL (1 LU)
1:30-2:30PM 2nd Session/PANEL (1 LU)
2:30-3:00PM Networking Break
3:00-4:00PM 3rd Session/Breakout Groups (landscape, public space + policy, development+finance, design: form, design: planning, and circulation+access) (0.5 LU)
4:00-4:45PM 4th Session/Recap of Breakout Groups+Discussion (0.5 LU)
4:45-5:00PM Closing Comments (Moderator, Gwendolyn Wright)
5:00-6:00PM Networking Closing Reception (Wine and cheese at AIASF)
In the fall of 2016, the AIASF Housing Committee hosted a panel discussion with Gwendolyn Wright and a wide variety of housing creators, thinkers and advocates. This spring, AIASF is happy to welcome back Gwendolyn Wright to moderate a larger group for a deeper discussion of the housing situation of our city. As a leading innovator in Bay Area housing, David Baker, FAIA will start off the half-day forum with a talk on his perspective of the current status of housing in San Francisco and the Bay Area. This will lead into a lively discussion between many perspectives of invited panelists who will comment and give insight to the urban living spaces we call home.
The half-day forum will include an introductory keynote talk by David Baker, FAIA, group discussions moderated by Gwendolyn Wright, and break-out sessions focusing on specific issues, such as public space, housing types, finance and design. We will wrap up the day with a closing reception.
Be a part of this discussion led by the architects, designers, and agencies who shape neighborhoods for current and future residents, and be inspired as we explore and envision how San Francisco will be in the year 2100.
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