Urban Design, and more specifically infill design, has become one of the most desired types of development in the central city and surrounding residential neighborhoods. With continued concerns about the city’s design review process, lack of neighborhood support and a host of other issues, architects often find it challenging to fully expressing themselves through their architecture.
After living and practicing architecture in Sacramento for several years, David Sarti of Flex Architecture will reframe this discussion, focusing on his “Little Red House” and discussing the opportunities created by building small, asking the question:
“Why is Sacramento so slow to embrace modern Architecture?”
David’s affordable-modern approach to design has landed his “Little Red House” in countless blogs including Apartment Therapy, Future House Now and Small House Style in addition to the pages of Dwell magazine and Metropolis. By designing small, urban and affordable David sees this as an “Under the Radar” path to a more interesting Sacramento.
What: “Under the Radar” – Building Small in Sacramento
Who: David Sarti, Architect, Flex Architecture
When: Wednesday, March 24th @ 5:45-7:30pm
Where: AIACV Chapter Office, 1400 S Street (enter on 14th Street; accessible)
Info: See attached flyer for additional info, questions: contact Dustin L. Littrell, firstname.lastname@example.org
UPDATE: Video of Design Dialogue now available, click on the following link