Conversations in Place 2013
Please join us at the extraordinary historic site, Rancho Los Alamitos, for the first of this year’s three part series linking the story of The Rancho to the Los Angeles Basin, past to present.
Enjoy California’s best, including top-notch historians and ecologists; urban planners, architects and critics; celebrated journalists and commentators; and nationally renowned writers
Consider Rancho Los Alamitos and the Los Angeles Basin then and now
… where we have been and where we are going
Talk with the renowned speakers and panelists during the refreshing and filling mid-afternoon break or following the Conversation for the day
June 23rd 1:30 – 4:00 pm
The Nature of Place: From The Rancho to the New Urban Scene – When Ordinary Becomes Extraordinary
Christopher Hawthorne, architectural critic for the Los Angeles Times and co-author of The Green House: New Directions in Sustainable Architecture.
D.J. Waldie, Co-Moderator of Conversations in Place 2013, lifetime resident of Lakewood, CA, renowned commentator and essayist, and the award-winning author of Holy Land: A Suburban Memoir and Where We Are Now: Notes from Los Angeles.
Greg Goldin, architectural critic, board member of the Los Angeles Forum for Architecture and Urban Design, and contributor to Los Angeles Magazine & LA Weekly.
Allan Pullman AIA, founder and Michael Bohn, AIA, design director, of Studio One Eleven, Long Beach
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