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RESTAURANTOUR 7/18

 

Join us at 110 & Bellevue inside Whole Foods Arroyo Parkway! It's a dark and material rich space, tucked away in the store. Mixing burnt wood with bronzed mirror, gold speckled cork and sumptuous fabrics, the space sparkles. Contrasting highly with its surroundings, it offers a quiet, sophisticated respite to diners and shoppers.Come check it out.

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SAVE THE DATE! SUMMER SOCIAL 8/24

What better place for a summer social than the spectacular Gamble House! Join us as we showcase architectural products against the backdrop of this historic house museum. Event features great architecture (of course), vendors, food trucks and more. Event is FREE and open to the public. More info to come...

 


SAVE THE DATE! BIZ DEV BOOT CAMP 9/21-22

 

 

Mark your calendar for this workshop led by Karen Compton of A3K Consulting. She is super knowledgeable and is an expert on the ins and outs of business development (and so much more). If you have not heard her speak before now is your opportunity to meet and learn from her! Details to come...

 


SAVE THE DATE! AIA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE 11/16

The Leadership Institute is a national leadership development program of the American Institute of Architects. Using a digital conferencing model, the program connects multiple locations for an interactive, one-day learning experience. Over 600 architects and emerging professionals have participated since 2015. INFO

 




COMMUNITY EVENTS OF INTEREST...

 


DWELL ON DESIGN 6/23-25

A three-day trade event at the Los Angeles Convention Center, Dwell on Design features exhibits for modern interiors and exteriors, continuing education classes for design professionals, and seminars for design-seeking consumers. INFO


AIA|LA WIA Presents: Speed Talks Ripple Effects 7/12

Join AWA+D, AIA|LA’s Women in Architecture (WiA), the So Cal chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architects (SoCalNOMA), and the Asian American Architects and Engineers Association (AAA/e) for the 2nd annual SpeedTalks event! Continuing the success of last year’s inaugural SpeedTalks, these four different LA architectural organizations focused on equity in design are coming together to present Speed Talks: Ripple Effects. This year’s topic will focus on work in any sector that goes beyond a day-to-day job and creates community impact or affects the greater good in any way. Success and failure stories encouraged! INFO/RSVP


USGBC WORKSHOP: LA's Existing Building Energy & Water Efficiency Ordinance 7/14


FREE! USGBC-LA and LABBC are facilitating a series of monthly workshops to help building owners comply with the city's new Existing Building Energy & Water Efficiency (EBEWE) Ordinance. This ordinance requires multifamily, commercial, and government property owners served by LADWP to benchmark, report, and improve energy and water performance. INFO/REGISTER


SoCalNOMA's ARCHITECTURE & ENGINEERING SUMMER CAMP 7/15, 22, 29 + 8/5

Project Pipeline is an educational summer camp that provides an opportunity to teach and to engage African-American youth about the process and impact of architectural design.  The program is designed and taught, primarily although not exclusively, by local African-American architects. Camps are conducted annually, around the nation by local, NOMA Chapters.  Each camp location will create an architectural design project which fosters greater connection with the local community by addressing a recognized need within that same community. INFO/REGISTER


NET ZERO 2017: ENERGY + WATER + WASTE CONFERENCE 8/24

The Net Zero Conference, Energy + Water + Waste, is the nation’s largest event dedicated to net zero building design. Attendee registration has nearly doubled in each of its first three years, thereby showing the building industry’s increasing interest in a net zero future. Verdical Group, the conference organizer, is projecting the host venue to be at capacity again with 600 attendees for the fourth annual event in August 2017. This annual conference draws a wide array of high level decision makers and will also provide five Continuing Education Units for AIA, USGBC, and LFA professional credential holders.

Net Zero 2017 will include a full program of net zero case study presentations from nationally leading AEC firms, two panels, an exhibitor table expo, and high quality networking opportunities. Morning and afternoon keynotes include Arup’s Director for Global Foresight, Research and Innovation, Dr. Chris Luebkeman, and the Honorable R. Rex Parris, Mayor of the City of Lancaster. The conference features thought leaders from the International Living Future Institute, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), New Buildings Institute, Gensler, BNIM, Integral Group, Southern California Edison, UCLA, LADWP, SoCalGas, and more.

The conference host venue, the IBEW-NECA Net Zero Plus facility, was featured in a recent PBS documentary narrated by Ted Danson on net zero buildings and is one of the few net positive buildings in the country, producing more energy that it uses annually. A tour of this groundbreaking facility will be given by IBEW-NECA technical staff on conference day so attendees can see the net zero strategies used in person that make this project one of the highest performing buildings in the country. INFO/REGISTER

 

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