Design Conference 2012 – KieranTimberlake : Inquiry

Keynote Speaker Stephen Kieran, FAIA 

Stephen Kieran, FAIA, AIA-NJ 2012 Design Conference keynote speaker

The AIA-NJ 2012 Design Conference keynote  session is titled  “KieranTimberlake: Inquiry”.   Stephen Kieran, FAIA, one of the senior partners of KieranTimberlake Architects, Philadelphia, PA, will discuss  inquisitive approaches to clients’ needs, as well as the needs of the environment, and how that has broadened the firm’s vision of the relationship between process, craft, and form.

Established in Philadelphia in 1984, KieranTimberlake is an internationally recognized architecture firm, recipient of numerous honors including the 2008 AIA Architecture Firm Award and 2010 Cooper-Hewitt National Design Award.  By undertaking a path of research into new materials and potential technologies that alter fabrication and delivery methods and influence the way we live in our environ- ments, KieranTimberlake reshapes our expectations of architecture.

The 2012 Design Conference is scheduled for September 13, 2012, at the Berkeley Hotel, Asbury Park, NJ.  Other speakers include Frank Grauman, FAIA, Senior Partner, Bohlin, Cywinski & Jackson, Philadelphia, PA; William Loose, AIA, Partner, Bohlin, Cywinski & Jackson, Philadelphia, PA; and Charles Renfro, AIA, Partner, Diller Scofido & Renfro, New York, NY.    

The day also includes a tour highlighting the redevelopment of the Asbury Park boardwalk.  The full day program has been approved for 6 AIA LUs and pending approval for GBCI credit.

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