A limited number of tickets will be offered at the early bird rate beginning March 30
San Diego CA— To build on the conversation about our region’s future housing needs, the San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) will host Context Volume 4: Neighborhoods 2027 (CV4) on June 6, 2017 from 5-9 p.m. CV4 will focus on housing typologies that will improve the quality of life for existing homeowners while maintaining the economic vitality of our growing region. The conference will start with a reception from 5:15-6:45 p.m. followed by the main presentation from 7-9 p.m.
CV4 will convene a panel of distinguished, nationally-recognized architects and urbanists to show that medium density infill strategies can help address the housing crisis and also enhance the lifestyles of residents in what are now predominantly single-family neighborhoods. Scheduled to be held at Green Acre Campus Pointe, a Brian Malarkey venue, the conference will serve as a forum for developers, designers, academics, planners and residents who are interested in the future of housing in San Diego and the vitality of our neighborhoods.
“CV4 will explore creative planning and design solutions that will enhance San Diego’s urban vitality and economic growth, and provide opportunities for systematic increase of density through thoughtful, credible and purposeful design,” said Margit Whitlock AIA, Context Vol. 4 chairwoman and vice president of the San Diego Architectural Foundation.
Tickets for CV4 will go on sale March 30 with only 25 early bird tickets available to SDAF Members and 25 early bird tickets to Non-Members. Early bird special will end April 14.
Early Bird Sale:
- Members $60
- Non-members $75
- Students $20
- Members $80
- Non-members $95
- Students $20
Tickets can be purchased at http://sdarchitecture.org/program/context/.
The San Diego Architectural Foundation CV4 is part of a series of conferences featured by Housing San Diego’s Future. Additional conferences include the American Institute of Architect’s San Diego Housing the Next 1 Million Residents and CityAge’s The Business of City Building.
San Diego Architectural Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization dedicated to education and promotion of outstanding architecture, planning and urban design throughout the San Diego region. For more information about SDAF, visit our website at www.sdarchitecture.org and follow us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/San-Diego-Architectural-Foundation-134064436240/. Context is an annual forum created by SDAF with a commitment to keeping the conversation alive about the value of excellence in the built environment. For more information visit our website at http://sdarchitecture.org/program/context.