Woodbury University To Participate in OH! San Diego 2017

Woodbury University San Diego will be participating in Open House San Diego 2017 presented by the San Diego Architectural Foundation on March 25 and 26.

The San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) and the OH! San Diego program are committed to educating the local community about the importance of good architecture, urban planning and design. OH! San Diego intends to promote a dialog about the future of the city of San Diego and build a more vibrant civic life.

“Throughout the weekend, you will have unparalleled access to unique architectural sites in and around downtown San Diego. From Barrio Logan to the historic Gaslamp Quarter, I encourage you to experience why San Diego is a hub for creative collaboration and innovative design.” – San Diego Mayor, Kevin L. Faulconer

Woodbury School of Architecture Participating in OH! San Diego 2017

Saturday & Sunday 1pm – 4pm
Guided tour every 30 minutes

This former industrial space is now furnished with classrooms, studios, a digital fabrication lab, metal and wood shops, and a library. Woodbury serves as a hub for many of the neighborhood’s planning, education and arts organizations.
Built 1946 / Rinehart Herbst, 2007

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Héctor M. Pérez’ La Esquina Participating in OH! San Diego 2017

Saturday & Sunday 1pm – 4pm
Self-guided tour

Breathing new life into a long–vacant corner lot, this contemporary mixed–use project is inhabited by a spirited community of designers, artists and academics. The double–height, naturally ventilated live–work spaces with mezzanines and adjacent patio decks, live a lot larger than their footprint. Colors and materials pay homage to Barrio Logan’s cultural history.
Héctor M. Pérez, 2012

The Story of OH! San Diego

OH! San Diego was founded in 2015 by San Diego native, Susanne Friestedt. The annual event offers behind–the– scenes access to iconic, cutting edge, and historical buildings that shape our city’s DNA. Each site was carefully selected because it contributes in a unique way to the fabric of San Diego through its architectural design, historic or cultural value, repurposing of space or environmental sustainability.

The Story of Open House Worldwide

The Open House concept was founded in London in 1992 with the aim of fostering a better understanding of architecture outside of the profession. The core idea of Open House is to provide direct experience of buildings themselves, accessible and free to all, with opportunites to learn, discuss and debate with experts and citizens alike.

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