Friends of San Diego Architecture will present a panel discussion on The Future of San Diego Architecture on Saturday, May 16th at NewSchool of Architecture & Design, 1249 F Street, Downtown San Diego, 9:30 AM.
Moderator Michael Stepner, FAIA, will be joined by panelists Kurt Hunker, Mike Burnett, and Claudia Salazar. The last two years FSDA focused its lectures on the preparation for the Centennial of the Panama-California Exposition 1915 and the trends in the design of the built environment and architectural styles that emerged from the Exposition and succeeded each other over the intervening decades. The discussion will target the changes that the city faces today with population growth, evolving demographics, climate change, and sustainability issues—what each panelist sees happening in the next 10, 25 or 50 years in San Diego.
Come early for coffee and plan to stay a little longer for FSDA’s 30 Year Anniversary Celebration. We have a special program planned with gift-giving and announcing the winners of the Student Collage Competition.
A donation of $5 is suggested. Students are free. No reservations are necessary.