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AIA San Francisco, Center for Architecture + Design, Environmental Design Archives at UC Berkeley, California Historical Society, SPUR and the San Francisco Public Library present Unbuilt San Francisco, a collaborative exhibition on view August – December, 2013.
Unbuilt San Francisco: Grand Visions Closing Reception (2 LUs)
October 22, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
AIA San Francisco
130 Sutter Street, Suit 600
Please join AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design for the Unbuilt San Francisco: Grand Visions exhibition closing celebration. The evening reception will include a discussion onCommunities of the Future and consider a new balance of urbanism, technology and ecology. Panelists will provide fresh perspectives on the future of our communities and their development.
Confirmed panelists include Anne Fougeron, FAIA (Fougeron Architecture), Glenn Rescalvo, AIA(Handel Architects), Nataly Gattegno (Future Cities Lab), and David Baker, FAIA (David Baker Architects). John King, The San Francisco Chronicle’s urban design critic, will moderate.
About Unbuilt San Francisco: Grand Visions
Grand Visions is part of the five venue Unbuilt San Francisco exhibition, held in collaboration with the Environmental Design Archives at UC Berkeley, California Historical Society, SPUR and the San Francisco Public Library. Two themes – Dreams Deferred and On the Boards – frame the collection of thought-provoking photographs, original drawings, renderings and models that make up Grand Visions. The exhibition juxtaposes outlandish unbuilt work with existing plans which will, in time, have a major impact on our city. Learn more.
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