Posted by Sarah Bush Brady on Apr 3, 2012
Related program: Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE!
Save the Date! The 3rd annual Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! will take place on November 12-13, 2012 in San Francisco right before USGBC's Greenbuild. Advance registration coming soon.
Join us for a practitioners' forum of innovative panel discussions and workshops. The two-day event brings together designers, architects, real estate professionals, manufacturers, academics, philanthropists, media and business leaders to address the collective challenges and lessons learned in humanitarian design. Panel topics address cutting-edge topics relevant to the field and one-on-one workshops allow participants to gain hands-on knowledge from community development experts.
A Design Open Mic allows emerging and established designers and architects to present their projects and design ideas in a seven-minute Pecha Kucha-style format, which keeps the pace rapid-fire and engaging. Many of those attending in years past have named the open mic as their favorite part of the event.
This year's Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE! will inform and delight, attracting the best and the brightest in humanitarian design and development.
Opening Event and Cocktail Reception
Monday, November 12, 2012
5 - 8pm
Workshop and Forum
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
11 - 5pm
5 - 8pm Closing Cocktail
Autodesk Gallery, 1 Market Street #200, San Francisco, CA 94105
**Earn AIA Continuing Education Credits
Key Practices for Success in Disaster Reconstruction
How to identify key players in disaster reconstruction, collaborate across sectors and execute strategies for success. Panelists will share insight into key practices so that others won't have to "wish they would've known" when disaster strikes.
Eco Development in Low-Income Communities
How to bring green development to low-income communities through the creation of affordable and environmentally sustainable housing and infrastructure. Panelists will discuss the role of innovative models in sustainability and how they lead to environmental stewardship and long-term well being in communities.
Neighborhood Security & Violence Prevention in the Built Environment
How to use urban planning and architecture to prevent violence. Panelists will share lessons learned from their efforts to lower crime and increase security in violence-prone neighborhoods around the world.
Save the date and start plotting your Design Open Mic submission for seven minutes of fame.
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