We’ve rented out Club Hubba Hubba for the night!
(25 N. Hotel St. Chinatown, Honolulu)
For those who are not attending the full conference and only want to go to the ball (www.aiashawaii.org/beauxartsball):
**At the door there will be a cover charge of $35 for students and $60 for professionals.
Full Conference Registration:
For those who still want to register for AIAS registration, signing up for being an AIAS member and volunteering ($25) is still cheaper than paying the full non-members price. For any questions email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AIAS Members: $45 [click to register]
Non-Members: $65 [click to register]
Craig Steely http://craigsteely.com, San Francisco, California
Peter’s House: Peter’s HouseLocated on a steep site above Dolores Park in San Francisco, Peter’s house uses a system of moveable louvers, (built from reclaimed lumber sourced from the San Francisco Presidio) to regulate openness and privacy.
Craig Steely is principal of Craig Steely Architecture. With studios in Hawaii and San Francisco his buildings have been described as true and unique hybrids of these two environments. His work explores the boundaries of integration as well as emancipation from nature. They embrace the realities of the environment and our connection/separation to it over the subjugation of it, all the while focusing on developing a singular architecture rooted in its context. Active projects include work on the Big Island of Hawaii and Maui, as well as several along the coast of California — from Sea Ranch to San Francisco to Big Sur.
PAN is Friday, March 28th at 6PM in the School of Architecture Courtyard. We will be providing food from Da Spot and drinks will be available by donation.
It’s free to attend, since it is during Spring Break you may want to bring along some of your friends!
The theme of our Pacific Architecture Night will be tangent with our conference theme of Cultural Intensive Design, A Focus on the Asia Pacific Region featuring:
See you there!