Thursday 16th Nov 2017
5:30 – 8pm
Put on by Portland Design Events
William Leddy, FAIA, Marsha Maytum, FAIA, and Richard Stacy, FAIA, are founding Principals of San Francisco-based Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, recipient of the 2017 National AIA Firm Award. They believe that architecture has an important role to play as a catalyst for positive change in our society – focusing the transformative power of design on bigger challenges beyond the property lines of our buildings. These include modeling a low-carbon future, advancing equity for disadvantaged populations, celebrating diversity, promoting independence for people with disabilities, and fostering reverence for history, art and culture. Using examples from their diverse portfolio, Leddy, Maytum and Stacy will illustrate how architecture can help lead the way toward a just, healthy, and regenerative future for all.
Food and drinks provided.
5:30-6:30pm Social Hour
6:30-6:45pm Opening Lecture by Amanda Petretti (Studio Petretti)
6:45-7:45pm Main Lecture by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
Ticket pricing is offered on a sliding scale - pay what you you can. Suggested $15/professionals, $5/emerging professionals.
Thank You to our Sponsors:
Timothy Niou Photography
About Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects
LMS Architects is a teaching practice committed to developing complete, well-rounded architects, leaders in the profession and effective global citizens. Recognizing no distinction between design and the other elements of practice, we encourage staff to become skilled professionals within an open office environment that promotes an educational transparency of purpose, process and action.
About Portland Design Events
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