Architecture and the City Festival in San Francisco is just around the corner! It will be happening from September 1-30. This is definitely a great opportunity to get involved with the local design community, and a good resource to explore more about the city’s rich architectural heritage. One of the most interesting aspects of this year’s festival is the Unbuilt San Francisco exhibition which is made possible through the collaborative efforts of AIA San Francisco, Center for Architecture + Design, California History Society, SPUR, San Francisco Public Library, and the Environmental Design Archives at UC Berkeley. Indeed, the exhibition will provide a glimpse of an ‘alternate world’ of the city’s architectural landscape.
There are various way to get involved — lectures, exhibitions, films, tours, and other fun activities are in store for everybody. Looking to help out in one of the events? Well, there are a lot of volunteering opportunities available. I myself would be volunteering in some of the events, and I’m definitely looking forward to it! Please visit the Architecture and the City Festival and AIA San Francisco websites for more information.
Reference: AIA San Francisco