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Housing Design in the Future Los Angeles

Housing Design in the Future Los Angeles

August 28, 2013
Time: 
6:00pm
Location: 

Gin D. Wong, FAIA Conference Center, Harris Hall

Housing Design in the Future Los Angeles foregrounds recent housing work by USC Architecture faculty and examines the drivers shaping housing design in Los Angeles over the next 20 years. Architects Alice Kimm, FAIA; John Mutlow, FAIA; Lorcan O’Herihy, FAIA; Warren Techentin, AIA; Patrick Tighe, FAIA; and Ed Woll, Ph.D. will present housing projects in development and discuss the potential of micro-housing units, transit oriented development and changing lifestyles to create livable density in LA. This event is presented in conjunction with the How Small is Too Small? and By-Right/By-Design housing exhibitions on view from August 19 – 30, 2013 at the USC Architecture School, located in the Harris Hall courtyard and Watt Hall basement, respectively.  Organized by USC Faculty Takako Tajima and Liz Falletta.
 
Lectures are free and open to the public. They are located in the Gin D. Wong, FAIA Conference Center, Harris Hall, on the University Park campus. No reservations are required. Parking is available on campus at Gate 1 off Exposition Blvd.