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Architects' Forum: Private Lives of Private Spaces
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When: Thursday, September 28, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Where: Cambria Gallery
1045 Bryant Street
San Francisco, California  94103
United States

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The cultural role of the private home alternates between the rivalry of shelter and stage. So how is privacy conceived in an era of ubiquitous virtual over-sharing? Join Home Tours Architects and Clients at an evening discussion of five contemporary responses on the following:

  • What job does the home perform when working lives are blurred throughout our day?
  • What destiny waits for the public nature of cities when private homes become densely urban while offices shift to suburban and dispersed? 
  • Are any returns owed to public life by private space?
  • What is the responsibility of the architect to the public to express the private functions inside?
  • What is the definition of home when the boundaries between the private and the public are unclear and how has it manifested itself in current residential design?


Presenters: Malcolm Davis, Malcolm Davis Architecture; Andrew Dunbar, Interstice Architects; Anne Fougeron, Fougeron Architecture; Luke Ogrydziak, Ogrydziak Prillinger Architects; Cass Calder Smith, CCS Architecture

Moderator: Kenneth Caldwell



Pricing and Registration

This program is presented as part of Architecture + the City Festival.

  • Home Tour Ticketholder: Free
  • AIA Member: $15
  • General Admission: $25