Turf—Where do we work? How do we work?
Today's urban challenges are reshaping the scale, specialization and composition of design practice. Overlapping boundaries and transdisciplinary thinking is needed to address the contemporary urban condition. Where—and how—do firms, teams and individuals practice design today? Why is this important to the future of practice?
June 14 | 6-8PM | BSA Space, 290 Congress Street, Suite 200, Boston
Framing the topic
Christine Dunn AIA
David Gamble AIA
principal, Gamble Associates
general manager, Thoughtforms
Shauna Gillies-Smith ASLA
founding principal, GROUND
Stephanie Horowitz AIA
managing director, ZeroEnergy Design
Daniel St. Clair
managing director, Spaulding & Slye Investments
Carole Wedge FAIA
president, Shepley Bulfinch
Town hall discussion
All are invited to participate.
About the Now Practice Now Series
Equity. Inclusion. Design. Technology. Environment. Resources. Innovation.
Architecture practice now faces significant challenges. Changes in technology, production, and collaboration are altering traditional modes of working. The Now Practice Now workshops explore the means and methods of transforming practice. The series is for those who now practice.
Jay Wickersham FAIA, 2018 BSA president, and the Now Practice Now committee invite you to join us for three candid discussions. Together we'll create a framework for the Now Practice Now Summit in Fall 2018.
Have your say: @BSAAIA #NOWPRACTICE.