Architecture in the Time of COVID-19: Thoughts for an Uncertain Future
Friday | May 1, 2020
5:30pm - 6:30pm
Building: Wurster Hall
Bay Area architects, UC Berkeley Architecture Chair Ronald Rael, and students of architecture will discuss the state of the profession in the time of COVID-19 and its aftermath. The format for this event will be a moderated panel discussion. The audience will be encouraged to ask and submit questions during the event via chat. Either pre-register for the event here or view the event live via a link to be shared soon. MODERATORS Ronald Rael, Chair, Department of Architecture, UC Berkeley Devi Dutta-Choudhury, Chair, AIA East Bay PANELISTS Tim Nystrom, sole practitioner, NYS Designs Devi Dutta-Choudhury, small firm with a housing focus, Devi Dutta Architecture Janet Tam, medium firm with a public/institutional focus, Noll & Tam Architects Nancy Keegan, large firm with diverse project types, DAHLIN Group Susi Marzuola, environmental-focused firm, Siegal & Strain Architects Morten Jenson, international firm with a planning focus, JRDV Urban International PARTICIPATING ARCHITECTURE STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS AIAS Berkeley CED Students of Color Chicano Architecture Student Association Graduate Architecture Student Association THIS EVENT IS CO-HOSTED BY AIA EAST BAY, AND IT IS PART OF THE SPRING 2020 BERKELEY ARCHITECTURE LECTURE SERIES. OPEN TO ALL!