AIACV Architecture Festival: Architecture Matters Design Forum
Architecture Matters Design Forum
A casual evening of discussion centered around the topic of design as tit related to regionalism. This dialogue will explore facets of architectural design in the Sacramento urban area that relate to history, culture, topography and climate as expressed by specific examples of residential architecture. What kinds of residences relate most directly to our sense of place? Do these designs speak specifically to our region or are they merely stylistic representations of a romantic notion?
sponsored by: Shimotsu Architecture and SMUD
Tuesday, October 23rd, 6-8pm
Location: SMUD (Customer Service Center) Rubicon Room, 6301 S St., Sacramento
$12 per person, free for students (includes light meal and beverages)
About the Festival:
The central theme around the Central Valley Architecture Festival is an exploration of the identity of our region; the relationship of architecture and design to our culture, landscape, climate and history.
The festival mission is three-fold:
1. Highlight existing relationships between the region and its architecture.
2. Create an ongoing dialogue to inform a distinct, regional, architectural identity.
3. Facilitate greater transparency with the public in how architects create our built environment and how it impacts their daily lives.
Festival Dates: October 12 to October 28, 2012
Location: Varies by event
Founded in 1942 the American Institute of Architects, Central Valley Chapter, represents the interests of the architectural profession in 17 Central Valley counties.
6301 S Street (Rubicon Room)
Sacramento, CA 95817
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|