Architectural Record Innovation Conference

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May 21, 2014
Walt Disney Concert Hall

On May 21st, Architectural Record brings its acclaimed Innovation Conference to the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, a city known for blurring the boundaries between urbanism, architecture, and the landscape. Topics range from the merging of landscape and architecture; to the growing influence of Mexico’s architects; to the integration of contemporary art, technology & design. Take advantage of your AIACC membership and receive up to $200 off! Click here for more information and to register (AIACC member price: $345).

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    Shannon Calder

    Hello Peter,

    This is ENR’s response to your comments. Thanks for posting!

    Sorry to hear you cannot join us! Fortunately, Architectural Record will be holding the Innovation conference twice this year, so you can join us in New York City on October 9th. To sign up to be notified about the East Coast Innovation conference, visit our events website at http://www.construction.com/events and click on “Stay in the Know”.

    For the LA conference, the program agenda with speakers and session abstracts can be found online here: http://construction.com/events/2014/innovation-la/program.asp

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    Peter Hopkinson, FAIA, NCARB

    I will be out of the state, sadly, on My 21, but I am VERY interested in the goals and outcome of the conference. For example, will there be documents available at its conclusion, summarizing the discussion?Are there documents now prepared by speakers and/or participants describing the conference and its agenda? FYI, I started my architectural and urban planning career in San Francisco in 1961 at SOM, hired by Nat Owings and Chuck Bassett, Design Partner, stayed with them for 21 years, working first in SF, then Baltimore, 1970, then Boston , 1973, (for 35 years), was President of the Boston Society of Architects, (BSA Executive Director, Richard Fitzgerald), created an SOM office in Boston, 1973-1983, opened my own office, ’83-’86, joined what became AECOM, 1984, worked all over, ’84-2011, (a LOT in New York), moved to SF last year! (Son & Grandson in SF) ! here!).

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