Cincinnati Designs for China
 

November 29, 2008

The Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and The Mercantile Library are hosting a lunchtime lecture  Monday, December 8, noon, at the Mercantile Library.  The topic is:


Cincinnati Designs for China


Cincinnati architects, designers, and organizations are putting their mark on China, working there in cities such as Beijing and Liuzhou on mixed-use projects, parks, way-finding systems, and marketing graphics.  Learn about some of these exciting projects, and the challenges and opportunities for western designers working in this rapidly urbanizing milieu.  Gerald Checco, Cincinnati Parks, Matthew Schottlekotte, GBBN Architects, and Kelly Kolar, Kolar Design will present the illustrated program.

The program is  free to Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and Mercantile Library members, $5 to the public.  A box lunch may be ordered for $8.  Reservations required by December 4 at (513) 621-0717 or  mercantileinfo@mercantilelibrary.com

 
FAST FACTS:
 
WHO - Architectural Foundation of Cincinnati and Mercantile Library
WHAT – CINCINNATI DESIGNS for CHINA, a “What’s Up in Architecture?” lecture
WHEN – December 8, noon.
WHERE – Mercantile Library, 414 Walnut St., downtown Cincinnati  
HOW MUCH - Admission is $5.  Members of sponsors FREE.  Preorder box lunch for $8.  
RESERVATIONS required by December 4 - Mercantile Library, (513) 621-0717 or mercantileinfo@mercantilelibrary.com
 
   
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