About this Event
Four architects who have worked in La Jolla for decades, will explore influences of site, culture, materials, and values upon their projects describing their role in the transformation of La Jolla neighborhoods.
La Jolla Woman’s Club, 7791 Draper Ave., La Jolla
Free to Members; $10 members, $15 non-members
Panel moderated by Tony Crisafi, AIA, Founding Principal, Island Architects
James Alcorn, AIA Emeritus; F.H “Trip” Bennett, III, Principal Arista Architects; and Laura DuCharme Conboy
This event is presented by the La Jolla Historical Society's Landmark Group in conjunction with Landmark Week, a week-long celebration of preservation and architecture in La Jolla. Visit lajollahistory.org to learn more.
About the La Jolla Historical Society: The La Jolla Historical Society is a 501c3 nonprofit public benefit corporation whose mission is to inspire and empower the community to make La Jolla’s diverse past a relevant part of contemporary life, encouraging exploration of the past in ways that inform the present and shape the future. The Society preserves and shares La Jolla’s distinctive sense of place, and serves as a community resource and gathering place where residents and visitors explore history, art, ideas and culture.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
La Jolla Woman's Club, 7791 Draper Avenue, San Diego, United States
USD 10.00 to USD 15.00