Contemporary Design Forum at Arclinea, Boston

My friends at Arclinea in Boston have invited us to another in their Contemporary Design Forum series. Paul Lukez, the author of Suburban Transformations, will be presenting.

On Feb. 7 from 6-8 p.m., Somerville-based architect Paul Lukez, author of Suburban Transformations, will share innovative ideas for making Boston’s suburbs more livable and sustainable, and offer his proposals for how we can restore unique identity to our suburbs, too. In addition to his presentation, there will also be an exhibit of renderings that demonstrate possible futures for Boston suburbs like Burlington, Dedham, and Revere.

WHAT: “Suburban Transformations: Restoring Sustainability, Livability, and Unique Identity to Boston’s Suburbs”
WHO: Architect Paul Lukez, author of Suburban Transformations
WHEN: Thursday, February 7 from 6 – 8 p.m.
WHERE: Arclinea Boston, 10 St. James Avenue, Boston, MA
SPONSORED BY: The Boston Society of Architects and Arclinea Boston
OTHER: All attending architects and architects-in-training will receive one AIA HSW continuing education credit.

I hope to attend, see you there?

xoxo Linda

1 thought on “Contemporary Design Forum at Arclinea, Boston”

  1. Did you go? I went, but didn’t see you! We must keep missing each other at similar design events. It was a great talk; Paul Lukez has really inspired me to think about what avenue I really want to take my design knowledge in.

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