SPUR Evening Symposium: Good Design SF

"Good design can solve everyday problems. Join Min Day Architecture, Mike and Maaike, Stamen Design, Surface Design, Kuth Ranieri Architects and Volume, some of the brightest minds from the vast and varied San Francisco design community, as they present simple solutions to some of the city’s most pressing issues, selected by urban leaders who can help launch them into action.

Participating urban leaders include Monique Moyer, Executive Director, Port of San Francisco; Nathaniel Ford, Executive Director, SFMTA; Chris Meany, Principal, Wilson Meany Sullivan; Michael Cohen, Director, City of San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development; Carlos Garcia, Superintendent, San Francisco Unified School District; Zahid Sardar, author, editor and columnist.

The fast-paced event, which highlights multiple design solutions to everyday life, will conclude with a reception and more conversation on the fourth floor library and rooftop of the new SPUR Urban Center. The conversation will be moderated by design writer Alissa Walker, contributing editor for GOOD."

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