Deliberating the D Word (Density): An Architecture Matters Panel Discussion

The recent Architecture Matters article in Soapbox, Deliberating the D Word (Density),
considered the impact of density on cities, including its benefits and challenges. To continue the discussion, architects representing a range of backgrounds and experiences will discuss the big-picture issues around density.
Continue this discussion in person:

When: Thursday, June 6, 2024

Time: 5:30-7:00pm

Where: Turner Construction Company
510 Race Street, 
Cincinnati, OH 45202

RSVP here.

If you’re curious to learn how cities are planning for a thriving municipal economy that includes residents, places to work, services, and activities, this is the program for you.

5:30-5:45pm grab some snacks and get settled
5:45-6:45pm panel discussion program
6:45-7:00pm have another snack and head out

Hyesun Jeong, PhD, Assoc. AIA, Assistant Professor of Urban Design, University of Cincinnati
Michael McInturf, AIA, NCARB, michael mcinturf ARCHITECTS and Professor of Architecture, University of Cincinnati
Jeff Raser, AIA, NCARB, CUDA Studio

Steve Kenat, AIA LEED AP, SHP

Register here and join us to learn more. This is a free event however registration is required. 

Presented by AIA Cincinnati and Soapbox:

AIA Cincinnati
AIA Cincinnati advocates for the architectural profession and is a resource for its members in service to society. Founded in 1870, AIA Cincinnati was the fourth chartered chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). AIA is the professional organization of Registered Architects who create, improve, and sustain the communities where we live, work, and play.

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