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January Chapter Meeting - The Weight of Architecture: Architecture's Role in Viable, Healthy Communities
The Center for Architecture + Design
Columbus, OH
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January Chapter Meeting - The Weight of Architecture: Architecture's Role in Viable, Healthy Communities
What role does architecture play in creating viable, healthy communities? Three prominent community advocates (two architects and a "social entrepreneur") will present their experiences when it comes to giving back and working for social change. Al Berthold, AIA from the Neighborhood Design Center will present about designing for a non-profit organization, Bart Overly of Blostein/Overly Architects, a for-profit firm, will present two case studies of collaborating with the non-profit community, and Matt Goldstein of Besa will present from the point of view of the non-profit organization.

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Reception | 5:00 PM
Lecture | 6:00 PM

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The Center for Architecture + Design (View)
50 West Town Street, Suite 110
Columbus, OH 43215
United States


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