What if San Francisco had one backyard?
What if there were no fences, no private gardens?
What are the possibilities and challenges of livability through thoughtful community design?
What if the cultivated spaces beyond our homes were open to become part of a civic economy?
McCall Design Group is excited to announce participation in AIA SF Architecture and the City 2014 program.
Please join us Saturday September 27th at 2pm as we host a Special Event:
HYPERCOLLABORATION: REIMAGINING THE SAN FRANCISCO BACKYARD
This San Francisco Backyard Workshop will explore the city’s intra block open spaces through a collaborative process. Participants will seek new opportunities for use, form, and the potential for interconnectivity between urban spaces. Of special interest will be the development of concepts of flow for both cultural interaction and ecological processes.This program is a part of AIA San Francisco and the Center for Architecture + Design’s annual Architecture and the City festival, which celebrates the richness and diversity of the local architecture and design community each September. For more information, please visit: http://www.archandcity.org
DATE: September 27
TIME: 2 to 4 pm
LOCATION: 550 Kearny St, SF, CA
GENERAL ADMISSION $10
TO REGISTER: http://www.archandcity.org