The second B/A/D Talks event for Builders/Architects/Designers of residential projects is around the corner.
NARRATIVE ARCHITECTURE will be the topic of the upcoming B/A/D Talks. It will offer a conversation exploring how narrative helps determine the design, experience, and interpretation of the built environment.
PANELIST + MODERATOR
Mark Hutker, Hutker Architects, suggested our current topic and we thought to bring it three points of view:
And once again our B/A/D Talks Moderator is Kyle Hoepner, Editor-in-Chief, New England Home.
TIME + PLACE
If you're a part of the B/A/D community, we hope you'll join the conversation on Thursday, 01/23/14, 5:30PM to 8PM, at Boston Design Center's 342 Club. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to rsvp.
What is B/A/D TALKS?
B/A/D Talks is a community effort co-produced by John Kilfoyle, United Marble Fabricators, along with Paul Reidt and Linda Kochman of KR+H. As Paul describes it:
"Everyone in the B/A/D community works at the intersection of invention and industry. We travel daily between the abstract and the concrete; we dream things up, and get them done; our work contributes to both the preservation and creation of the built environment. Our imaginations and our hands are kept busy. This is the remarkable skill set of our community. B/A/D Talks hopes to open us to this resource of accumulated knowledge and enrich it with exchange through conversation." - KR+H's Paul Reidt