“Small Spaces, Big Ideas” Room & Board and AIASF Design Panel Discussion at Architecture + the City Opening Night Party
AIA SF, Center for Architecture + Design, and Room & Board present the 15th Annual Architecture & the City Festival Opening Night Party featuring the “Small Spaces Big Ideas” Panel Discussion & Slide Show:
Small-space living has become a cultural phenomenon. The swing-back to urban living in San Francisco is marked by the arrival of all manner of small-space dwellings from micro-apartments to high-end condominium developments, chock full of luxury amenities. For some, a tiny home is a conscious design decision. For others, it’s a practical necessity in our increasingly expensive city. At every level, reducing your square footage presents challenges, and design opportunities for homeowners.
Leading design innovators explore what small-space living means to creative interiors experts, discussing dynamic and inventive solutions. The lively discussion is accompanied by a slide show contributed to by notable design panelists: Architect Karen Curtiss, AIA, Principal Red Dot Studio , Designer Eche Martinez, founder of ECHE, Design Blogger Erin Hiemstra, Founder of Apartment 34, and Designer Nancy Obedin, Design Associate, Room & Board. The panel is moderated by San Francisco magazine Style & Design Editor, Erin Feher, San Francisco Magazine.
Opening Party: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Panel Discussion: 7:00pm – 8:00pm
About Festival Info: https://www.archandcity.org/festivalinfo
About Room & Board: www.roomandboard.com