2022 Arquitectos Colectivos
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Please join us for our second annual symposium, featuring Arquitectos Members and our large network.
We are very excited for the 3-day program that will bridge Arquitectos Members and Firms with practitioners and students to network and explore ideas in the built environment.
3 Keynote Speaker Presentations | 3 Morning "Coffee Talk" sessions | 3 Leadership Panels | 6 Virtual Office tours | 10 Arch/Eng presentations, Topics Ranging from - Professional development, Embodied carbon, Timber Structures, Terracotta Facades, Mental health in the professional field, and more! | 8 CEU presentations- both online and in-person!
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Hybrid Events on all 3 days.
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Date: August 16 2022 to August 18 2022
Location: Virtually and in person!
Symposium event | August 16, 17, 18
*Please have in mind that proof of vaccination will be required to attend any in person event at Gensler*
Cliff Dwellers | August 18 at 6:30-8:30 pm
Closing Reception at Cliff Dwellers - limited RSVP. Registration is now live!
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KEY NOTE SPEAKERS
Tatiana Bilbao began her eponymous studio in 2004 with the aim of integrating social values, collaboration and sensitive design approaches to architectural work. The work of the office intersects with research allowing to design for diverse circumstances and in reconstruction or crisis scenarios.
Tatiana Bilbao ESTUDIO is a Mexico City based architecture studio, founded in 2004. At the core of the studio ́s practice is an analysis of the context surrounding projects, which scale from masterplans to affordable housing typologies. A goal of the work is to both contribute to its surroundings while remaining flexible to absorb shifting needs.
Kimberly Dowdell is a licensed architect and frequent speaker on the topic of architecture, leadership, diversity, sustainability and the future of cities.
As the 2019-2020 national president of the National Organization of Minority Architects (NOMA), she worked closely with her board of directors and staff to increase opportunities for women and people of color to gain more equitable access to the building professions.
Kimberly is currently a Principal in the Chicago studio of HOK, a leading global design firm. She co-founded the SEED Network in 2005 and has been a LEED accredited professional since 2007. In 2022, Kimberly was elected to serve as the 2024 National President of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). She was also elected to the Cornell University Board of Trustees.
Kimberly’s overarching mission is to improve people’s lives, by design.
Francisco González Pulido
Francisco González Pulido graduated from Monterrey Tec with a bachelor’s degree in architecture in 1991. He completed his first residential project in 1993 and won his first international competition in 1995, followed by his first high-rise building project in 1997. He was accepted to Harvard Graduate School of Design for a master’s degree in 1998. His interest in science, technology, and business took him to MIT and the Harvard Business School.
In 2000, González Pulido moved to Chicago to join Murphy/Jahn, was made partner in 2008, and named president of the company in 2012. At this point, he renamed the firm to JAHN. He designed a wide range of buildings, from pavilions to stadiums and airports, from speculative explorations to science facilities and skyscrapers across four continents.
He founded FGP Atelier in 2017.