2018 Speaker Series

2018 logo speaker seriesBoth the Great Recession and the unique recovery have made it clear that circumstances change, and the needs of our communities evolve over time, sometimes in ways that we struggle to anticipate. As a result, there is a need for the profession to plan for and manage these fast moving transformations. We must reimagine our communities to face these changes.

Click here to find out more about this exciting series.  Starts Friday, June 29th.

September 30 Event

Public Interest Design for Disadvantaged Communities: How Engagement & Design Lead to Healthy Places

Presenters:  Sergio Palleroni, Center for Public Interest Design, Portland State University; John Ellis, Cosumnes River College; and Kris Barkley, Dreyfuss and Blackford Architects

This session focused on how to engage disadvantaged communities in the design process for facilities and places that will serve their needs. Two case studies will be examined in South Sacramento and Del Paso Heights. The session will discuss how data was collected directly from the areas residents and how they had the opportunity to inuence the design outcomes. In addition, the project designers will discuss some of the unique challenges addressed in each area.

Click here for Sergio Palleroni's presentation

Click here for John Ellis's presentation

Click here for Kris Barkley's presentation

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