For 30 years, Friends of San Diego Architecture has been presenting inspiring lectures and community-centered conversations about our built environment. We are proud to host their meetings and public lectures every third Saturday of the month on the NewSchool of Architecture and Design campus.
On Saturday, February 18, at 9:30 a.m., I have the privilege of presenting to this group about “Educating Architects in Sustainability.” My presentation will include a discussion of the nature of a design education, the context of design decisions, and examples of work from architects and students. This includes an energy-related design project and a presentation about the importance of international travel for informing design practices.
Whether you are practicing architect or designer, aficionado, student, or someone considering these professions, this is a wonderful opportunity to learn about what it means to be a Citizen Architect or Designer who employs sustainable and regenerative practices in the development of the buildings and artifacts of life.
The event is free for students, and a suggested donation of $5 for all others. I look forward to seeing you there.