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ASLA San Diego Hosts Ken Smith, November 4th

October 16, 2010 Leave a comment

ASLA San Diego hosts Landscape Architect Ken Smith to speak at The Neurosciences Institute, Thursday, November 4th, 5:30-8:30. Ticket: http://ping.fm/SVQ6P

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AIA SD Archichat

September 21, 2010 Leave a comment

AIA SD Archichat tonight at 5:30. http://ping.fm/URB1a

William Krisel’s film at New School

September 11, 2010 Leave a comment

‘The Architecture of William Krisel in San Diego’ film will be shown at 9:30 a.m., September 18th, New School of Architecture, 1249 F Street, SD, CA 92101. For more info: http://ping.fm/zobVf

MakeFab/Glashaus Studio Review by Funkitecture

July 17, 2010 Leave a comment

Thanks Funkitecture for the review about MakeFab and Glashaus! See our shop and the wildly talented individuals who inhabit this space in Barrio Logan http://ping.fm/Wkog6

SDAF Benefit this Saturday Night

June 21, 2010 Leave a comment

Coffee and Donuts on Saturday night? Yes, if it’s at The Bakery. View the work of San Diego’s finest architects, artists, and educators. San Diego Architectural Foundation will benefit.
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New Product: 100% Recycled Paper Countertop Product

May 27, 2010 Leave a comment

Complete your LEED projects with this new found 100% recycled, reclaimed material. Also can be used for exterior applications. Lisa Cunningham at Olive Branch reps this material.

Olive Branch Green Building Supply

Richlite

Dwell Conference in LA June 25th-27th

May 22, 2010 Leave a comment

Anyone going to the Dwell Conference this year?

I went last year. It was the same weekend as CaBoom; which I’m not sure was a good idea. I’m glad I went – got to see some interesting exhibitors and great new products – but there was a very eery feeling of ‘recession’ lingering over both events. That, coupled with the fact that a typical Dwell vendor and CaBoom vendor might be one-in-the-same, seemed to delute the energy between the two locations, which was low to begin with. Why didn’t they combine the two events, or at the very least, locate them closer to one another. One parking spot – two modernist events. Anyway, a recession is a recession, and, as we all know, no one in this industry has been left untouched. Well, almost no one; but that’s a different story.

I hope to attend Dwell this year. Remember, anyone ‘in the biz’ can attend for FREE! So, take advantage and enjoy. http://www.dwellondesign.com/

I haven’t seen anything on-line about this year’s CaBoom event. Have they dropped out?