Thursday, May 16 2019
Join the AIA|DC Urban Design Committee for our third annual series of open houses at leading architectural and urban design offices in DC. They will be showcasing projects currently in planning, design, or construction phases.
Attendees will gain awareness of the changes that are taking place in the city through design practices. This is an opportunity for the architectural community to see the current and future projects that can potentially transform the District, region, the nation, and the world.
Since 1986, Wiencek + Associates has conducted work on a broad range of project types especially multi-family housing, senior housing, community, supportive housing, institutional, public and master planning projects. We have established a strong reputation in the award-winning master planning and development of mixed-use, mixed income, large scale projects that required diligent planning, thoughtful relocation plans and exceptional partnering skills with local residents, neighborhood groups, local agencies and key stakeholders. We possess a great depth of experience in understanding and transforming key historic structures, creative adaptive reuse and thoughtful visioning and master planning of large urban sites. We are recognized for urban place-making, integrating existing and new structures, open spaces, paths, nodes, landmarks, and a sense of place to create successful communities of opportunity.
Presented by: AIA|DC Urban Design Committee
Co-sponsored by: Wiencek + Associates
Please Note: The building has restricted access after 6pm; however, staff from W+A will be in the lobby to welcome guests.
You must be registered to attend.
After attending this course, participants will be able to:
- Discuss how design projects interact with and contribute to “urban transparency” within cities;
- Explore how urban design and planning contribute to the vibrancy;
- Explain and identify strategies for incorporating best practices of urban design into architectural and planning projects; and
- Explore how various urban design and architectural projects are transforming the District and other cities around the world.