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Academy Forum: Today's Leading Design + Development Minds on the Future of SF

Please join architects Vivian Lee and Tim Slattery, and developer Chris Meany, as they discuss the past, present, and ever-shifting future of design and development in San Francisco, discussing the historic and ongoing challenges and opportunities presented by the legendary City by the Bay.

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Academy Forum: Today's Leading Design + Development Minds on the Future of SF
Academy Forum: Today's Leading Design + Development Minds on the Future of SF

Time & Location

Mar 07, 2024, 6:30 PM – 8:00 PM

The Academy, 2166 Market St, San Francisco, CA 94114, USA

Guests

About the Event

Please join architects Vivian Lee and Tim Slattery, and developer Chris Meany, as they discuss the past, present, and ever-shifting future of design and development in San Francisco. Drawing on decades of experience, the three will talk about the historic and ongoing challenges and opportunities presented by the legendary City by the Bay. They will address the region's famous cycles of boom and bust, share creative ideas for the city today, and demonstrate why smart money never gives up on San Francisco.

6:00pm — Doors Open

6:30pm — Program Begins

TO ATTEND

Academy Forum events are open to all. Please reserve your general admission spot for this limited-capacity indoor event.

TICKETS

  • Academy members may reserve up to (6) tickets FREE
  • $20 – Non-Member

MEMBERSHIP

The Academy is currently accepting new membership applications. If you are interested in becoming a Member and enjoying all of the associated perks and benefits, please click here to learn more.

FOOD & BEVERAGE

Beverages (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and food items are available for purchase. Our menus can be found here. Academy Social Club Members receive certain beverages complimentary. Ask your bartender or host for details.

CLUB INFORMATION (FOR MEMBERS)

The Club will also be open during regular hours for Members and their guests not attending this event.

SAFE SPACE

The Academy is a safe space for all—in particular members of our LGBTQ+ community. We encourage you to learn more about our safe space principles & policies by clicking here.

ACCESSIBILITY

We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. The event venue has an accessible entrance and restroom facilities. Please contact us if you have questions or specific requests regarding access.

PANELISTS

Chris Meany is the managing partner of Wilson Meany, where he strives to develop real places that offer the kind of life we all aspire to, where we get to engage with one another in an authentic community. Communities under construction that Chris and his team are actively shaping include Treasure Island, Yerba Buena Island, Hollywood Park, and Bay Meadows. Notable completed projects include the Ferry Building, the Flood Building and 140 New Montgomery.  Chris is a California native and a graduate of Georgetown University. He currently splits his time between San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Timothy K. Slattery is an architect and urban designer with over thirty years of experience working on high-end residences, clubs, resorts, and communities throughout the world. As a Partner at Hart Howerton, Tim leads an interdisciplinary design team on a range of project types. Working with Wilson Meany, Tim has been leading the design for the master plan and architecture for Yerba Buena Island and collaborated on Hollywood Park in Los Angeles. Tim lives in San Francisco with his family and is a graduate of University of Notre Dame and Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.

Vivian Lee is a San Francisco-based architect and the founding principal of Edmonds + Lee Architects, a full-service boutique practice committed to elevated residential design with a particular focus on high-end multifamily. Lee was educated at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, and has been featured in multiple publications and received a number of awards for her work, including Interior Design’s Best of Year Award for MIRO; a SARA National Design Award for The Bristol; and a number of local American Institute of Architects awards. She lives in a house of her own design.

MODERATOR

Eva Hagberg is an author, historian, and educator. Her books include WHEN EERO MET HIS MATCH: ALINE LOUCHHEIM SAARINEN AND THE MAKING OF AN ARCHITECT (Princeton University Press) and the critically acclaimed memoir HOW TO BE LOVED (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt). She has published widely on design and architecture in publications like the New York Times, Metropolis, The Architect's Newspaper, and more. She has degrees in architecture from Princeton University and UC Berkeley, and a PhD in Visual and Narrative Culture from UC Berkeley.

Tickets

  • General Admission

    Academy Members FREE (be sure to log in to receive automatic discount)

    $20.00
    +$0.50 service fee
    Sale ended

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