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28+ Speakers!

Speakers

Interior Design Trends

New floor plans, shifts in demand, new techniques, and maximizing space

Mark Schwettman

Mark Schwettman

Director
SOM

Richelle Nolan

Richelle Nolan

Managing Director
Interior Architects

Rosa Sheng

Rosa Sheng

FAIA – Director of Equity, Diversity, Inclusion
SmithGroup

Christi Farrell

Christi Farrell

Regional Spatial Experience Director
WeWork

Julie Satterwhite
Moderator

Julie Satterwhite

Chief Marketing Officer
PAE

Special Presentation on Landscape Architecture

David McCullough

David McCullough

Principal
McCullough Landscape Architecture

Exterior Evolutions

Designing ground-up and utilizing landscapes

Mark Cavagnero

Mark Cavagnero

Founding Partner
Mark Cavagnero Associates

Bruce Jett

Principal
JETT Landscape Architecture + Design

David Brenner

David Brenner

Founder & Principal
Habitat Horticulture

Jeff Fini

Jeff Fini

CEO
Alfa Tech

Todd Lansing
Moderator

Todd Lansing

Co-founder
Creo Landscape Architects

Lunch Presentation

A conversation with about the landscapes, exteriors, and civic impact behind the Oakland A's Ballpark

Richard Kennedy
Oakland A's New Ballpark

Richard Kennedy

Senior Principal
Field Operations

Modular vs. Prefabrication

How new techniques enable advances in design for convenience, cost effectiveness, and maximum impact

Michael Johnson

Michael Johnson

CEO
UrbanCore Development

V. Fei Tsen

V. Fei Tsen

President
Windflower

Ryan Ware
Moderator

Ryan Ware

VP of Construction
Vantis

Jeff Brink

Jeff Brink

Principal
DCI Engineers

Jim Lewis

Jim Lewis

Director of Sales, Architectural Façade Systems
Clark Pacific

Technology Driven Construction & Design

How innovations in tech are shaping design

Hassan Ally

Hassan Ally

Principal
Thorton Tomasetti

Kamala Subbarayan

Kamala Subbarayan

RE & Workplace Services
Google

Adam Nakagoshi

Adam Nakagoshi

Regional Design Technology Director
Gensler

Mike DeLacey

Mike DeLacey

Principal & CEO
Microdesk

Greg Fogg
Moderator

Greg Fogg

C0-Founder
TenantSee at Cushman & Wakefield

The Future of The City

Parking, transportation, logistics, and designing cities for the future

Greg Johnson

Greg Johnson

Managing Director, San Francisco
Perkins + Will

Michael Orr

Michael Orr

Managing Principal
HDR Architecture

Neeraj Bhatia

Neeraj Bhatia

Founder
The Open Workshop

Forth Bagley

Forth Bagley

Principal
KPF

Nataly Gattegno

Nataly Gattegno

Co-Founder & Design Principal
Future Cities Lab

M-Fire Suppression presents The Red Zone:

The MFI Red Zone Tour is part of the Resilient Movement to educate and help our building industry professionals defend themselves from things like fire and radical weather that are impacting their ability to remain sustainable.

Jeff Hutchens

Jeff Hutchens

Senior Director, Safety & Health
AvalonBay Communities

MORE SPEAKERS TO BE ANNOUNCED

Agenda

  • Registration & Networking

  • Opening Remarks From The Podium

    M-Fire Suppression and The Red Zone presented by Jeff Hutchens - Senior Director, Safety & Health |AvalonBay Communities

  • Interior Trends

    New floor plans, shifts in demand, new techniques, and maximizing space

  • Remarks From The Podium

    Presentation on landscape architecture by David McCullough - Principal | McCullough Landscape Architecture

  • Exterior Evolutions

    Designing ground-up & utilizing landscapes

  • Lunch & Oakland A's Ballpark Presentation

    A look at the landscapes, exteriors, and civic impact behind the Oakland A's Ballpark

  • Modular vs. Prefabrication

    How new techniques enable advances in design for convenience, cost effectiveness, and maximum impact

  • Technology Driven Construction & Design

    How innovations in tech are shaping construction and design

  • The Future of Cities

    Parking, transportation, logistics, the environment, and designing cities for the future

  • Post Event Networking

2019 Bay Area Architecture & Design Lunch & Learn

From tentpole projects like Chase Center in Mission Bay to the A’s newly debuted stadium design in Oakland, the diversity of designs in the Bay Area are quickly become as diverse as the region itself.

 

As the modern metropolis is forced to adapt or die (metaphorically), industry leaders are rising to the challenge and occasion, innovating more effectively and efficiently than ever before. Nowhere is this more evident than in the world of design – from entertainment venues to modern offices, residential high rises, and civic venues – where respect is paid to what has come before while modern twists are applied to what is yet to come.

 

On both sides of the bay and down south on the peninsula, the region finds itself innovating in these exact ways, driven by design for the betterment of the city and its residents.

 

Join Bisnow and our world-class group of thought leaders as they discuss:

 

1. How are rising construction costs affecting the architectural approach and implementation of designs?

2. What are common practices and design trends being exercised across the region and across firms?

3. How is the rate at which technology advances affecting the approach to architecture and design?

4. How has the emergence of WELL Buildings shifted the focus and priority of architecture and design minds?

5. What are some issues facing city leaders that can be alleviated with design (traffic, environmental concerns, parking, logistics, etc.)?

 

For questions, comments, or press inquiries please email Bisnow’s Northern California event producer Matt Seukunian (matt.seukunian@bisnow.com)

Venue & Travel

The Fairmont Hotel
950 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94108

Ballroom: Venetian Room, 1st Floor

Parking Information:
Fairmont Hotel Garage: Located on Powell & California St.
$18.00 plus tax per hour

Self-Parking at Crocker Garage: 1045 California Street (On California btwn Mason & Taylor)
Early Bird: $12.00 (Enter by 10:00AM until 1:30PM)
$4.00/15 min, Max $40

*Prices Subject To Change*

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