What does “appropriate” mean? Join AIA Indiana, INASLA and ULI Oct. 24 for a discussion panel on mixed approaches to contemporary design in historic neighborhoods–districts that are recognized and protected yet are nonetheless changing, organic places where real communities live. A panel of professionals in architecture, landscape architecture, and planning will share their unique perspectives as they delve into this ever-changing, ever-challenging, sometimes controversial design realm. This special program is in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission.
Panel Moderator: Donna Sink, AIA, Rowland Design
Panelists: Tom Gallagher, Ratio Architects; Drew White, FAIA, Axis Architecture + Interiors; Mark Demerly, AIA, Demerly Architects; Duncan Stroik, AIA, Duncan G. Stroik, Architect LLC
4:30 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. – Networking, Beer/Wine/Soft Drinks/Snacks
5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. – New Design – Historic Context Panel Discussion
Cost – $15 per person, $10 AIA/INASLA/ULI members and sponsors