Narrative Architecture: B/A/D Talks

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.


Mark Hutker, AIA
Mark Hutker, AIA

Mark Hutker, Hutker Architects, suggested our current topic and we thought to bring it three points of view:

Mark Hutker will be joined by Bruce Snider, Contributing Editor, Custom Homeand Residential ArchitectBrian Vanden Brink, Architectural Photographer.

And once again our B/A/D Talks Moderator is Kyle Hoepner, Editor-in-Chief, New England Home.


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 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