A+C Festival '22 | 9 Ways to Make Housing for People

A+C Festival '22 | 9 Ways to Make Housing for People

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$10 – $35

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David Baker Architects

461 2nd St c127

San Francisco, CA 94107

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Pragmatic and imaginative, "9 Ways to Make Housing" for People is a modern manual for urban housing: getting it built and making it great.

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Online tickets: AIA Member: $20 | General: $35 | Student: $10

Day of Program: $20

NOTE: Online ticket sales end 2 hours prior to start of program; tickets sold at the door will be $20.

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Pragmatic and imaginative, this book is a modern manual for urban housing: getting it built and making it great. Aimed at residents and officials as well as students and design professionals, 9 Ways to Make Housing for People explains core principles and strategies that help communities achieve real quality and value in new housing. Replete with examples drawn from DBA’s four decades of designing human-centered communities, the book is jargon-free and easy to use. David Baker Architects are pioneers in urban housing, winning national awards and accolades. The 9 Ways have been presented in cities across America, and were also featured in an exhibit at New York’s Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum. Currently on press for fall publication by ORO Editions, this book will be available for purchase at the event.

PRESENTER

David Baker, FAIA, is the founder of David Baker Architects, an architecture and urban design firm known for exceptional housing, creative site strategies, designing for density, and integrating new construction into the public realm. An industry leader in urban housing design, he has guided and overseen the design of more than 15,000 homes, including the mixed-use communities on this tour. David is a longtime urban cyclist and cycling advocate and leads architectural bicycle tours to engage participants with city biking and how housing design can reinforce the urban fabric, elevate neighborhoods, and uplift communities.

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