Associate Professor Héctor M. Pérez and Dean Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter will join the 2019 AIA California Housing Forum on housing policy, design and production. Taking place at Newport Beach on March 29th, the forum will look at how architectural approaches and design thinking can address California’s housing crisis. This one-day conference will start a year-round conversation that will discuss solutions for communities and the state.
AIA California Housing Forum
March 29, 2019, 9:00 AM – 6:30 PM
100 Civic Center Drive, Newport Beach, CA 926606
As the symposium asks, “What is the real “crisis” in housing today? What type of design thinking might inform policy, regulations and advocacy efforts and influence decision making?We believe the power of architectural ideation, innovation and implementation can and will address housing attainability for all in California. This one-day conference will be jam-packed with design-driven conversations and kick off a year-long conversation about solutions for our communities and state.”
Anne Fougeron, FAIA (Fougeron Architecture), Benjamin I. Kasdan, AIA (KTGY Architecture and Planning), Michele Hottel, AIA (Michele Grace Hottel Architects), Cathleen McGuigan (Architectural Record), Elizabeth Gibbons, AIA (Councilmember, City of Campbell), Philip Bona, AIA (AVRP Skyport), Simon Ha, AIA (RJC | Steinberg Hart), John Lum, AIA (John Lum Architecture), Ingalill Wahlroos-Ritter, FAIA (Woodbury University), Ernie Vasquez, FAIA (SVA) David Baker, FAIA (David Baker Architects), Ric. Abramson, FAIA (Workplays studio*architecture), Michael Malinowski, FAIA (Applied Architecture, Inc.), Lisa Matthiessen, FAIA (HGA), Mark Oberholzer, AIA (KTGY Architecture & Planning), Hector M. Perez (Woodbury University & The Red Office)