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The NEXT Conference:  AIA San Francisco

The NEXT Conference: AIA San Francisco

Tuesday, November 03, 2015 | | Work/News

Hosted in San Francisco, a city recognized as a leading hub for innovative design leaders and thinkers, AIASF NEXT is a great opportunity to showcase your cutting-edge ideas, projects, and practices that will impact the next generation of the architecture and design profession as well as the future of the built environment. Gathering the best […]


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Hosted in San Francisco, a city recognized as a leading hub for innovative design leaders and thinkers, AIASF NEXT is a great opportunity to showcase your cutting-edge ideas, projects, and practices that will impact the next generation of the architecture and design profession as well as the future of the built environment. Gathering the best and brightest in AEC for information sharing, conversation, and networking, AIASF NEXT will be the platform to help you generate new clients, relationships, and business.

We will be presenting as part of a panel discussing Social Media on Friday:

Architects and Social Media

November 13, 4:00 – 5:00 pm

SF County Fair Building, 1199 9th Avenue, SF CA 94122

Register at http://www.aiasfnext.org/

MODERATOR: William Menking, The Architect’s Newspaper

Kenneth Caldwell, Caldwell Communications

Amanda Walter, Walter Communications

Mark English, Mark English Architects

 

“The proliferation of social media sites has confounded the once predictable world of architecture and publicity, marketing and business development. But have these much heralded platforms replaced the more traditional routes for public recognition and acclaim for architects and design professionals. This panel of designers and media professionals will discuss how architects should approach these new forms of social engagement. They will discuss how they benefit design practices and even challenge the notion they are anything more than platforms for “saying hello” to family and colleagues. Design marketing expert Kenny Caldwell a self-described “contrarian” on social media for architects will discuss how, why and when architects should engage in these forms of communication. Architect Mark English has developed his own social media strategy and will present his practice as a case study. Finally, Amanda Walter has written the book Social Media in Action on the topic and will present her still evolving thoughts on the subject. The panel will be moderated by William Menking the Editor-In-Chief of The Architect’s Newspaper.”

 

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

  • Thomas Albright, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
  • Aviad Almagor, Trimble Navigation
  • Tomas Alvarez, Beat Rhymes & Life
  • Lindsay Baker, Building Robotics
  • Ray Boyle, Our City Network
  • Scott Bryan, ImagineH2O
  • David Burney, Pratt Institute, Founder Urban Placemaking + Management
  • Steven Burns, BQE Software
  • Kenneth Caldwell, Caldwell Communications
  • John Chiodo, Gallagher & Associates
  • Tim Colen, San Francisco Housing Action Coalition
  • Mallory Cusenbery, RossDrulisCusenbery Architecture
  • Kearstin Dischinger, SF Planning Department
  • Mark English, Mark English Architects
  • Hunter Franks, League of Creative Interventionists
  • Anisha Gade, Marksearch
  • Carol Galante, UC Berkeley, Professor of Affordable Housing + Urban Policy
  • Chris Garvin, Terrapin Bright Green
  • Ken Graven, Charles M. Salter Associates
  • Wally Gordon, Deems Lewis McKinley
  • Robert Hart, Author
  • Daniel Hernandez, NYC Housing Preservation + Development’s Office of Neighborhood Strategies
  • Lucia Jacobs, UC Berkeley
  • Mark Jensen, Jensen Architects
  • Rowan Roderick Jones, ARUP
  • Karen Kubey, Institute of Public Architecture
  • Clifton Lemon, Clifton Lemon Associates
  • Ilana Lipsett, Co-founder and Director, freespace
  • Amanda Loper, David Baker Architects
  • Sue Mark, Marksearch
  • William Menking, The Architect’s Newspaper
  • Mark Miller, MK Think
  • Richard Pollack, Pollack Consulting
  • Michael Pyatok, Pyatok Architects
  • Tracy Quinn, Natural Resources Defense Council
  • David Scheer, Autodesk
  • Rosa Sheng, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson
  • Emma Stewart, Autodesk
  • Michael Strogoff, Strogoff Consulting
  • Elizabeth Tippin, Elizabeth Tippin Law
  • Amanda Walter, Walter Communications
  • Scott Wiener, Board of Supervisors
  • Joan Williams, UC Hastings College of the Law
  • Jennifer Wolch, UC Berkeley, Dean College of Environmental Design
  • Mike Zuckerman, freespace

For complete information, program schedule, and to register, visit the NEXT website here

 

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About the author
 Mark English, AIA, Founder and Principal of Mark English Architects, has been working in San Francisco and the Greater Bay Area since 1992. His designs reflect of resourcefulness and efficiency to create high-quality residential design.


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