Millennials are a generation 68 million strong in the United States, and their interest in socially responsible and sustainable design and architecture is huge.
The next Dallas Architecture Forum event is a panel discussion called The Social Initiative, focusing on this group of Americans born between 1981 and 1996. Moderated by Bob Harris, this panel will look at why Millennials care less about ego, form, or aesthetics in architecture and design, and more about the needs and experiences of people and bridging boundaries among disciplines, demographics, and neighborhoods.
Harris a partner and lead for the Eco-Conservation studio for Lake|Flato Architects in San Antonio. He has more than 20 years of project experience combining award-winning design with sustainable solutions. His work with environmental issues ranges from land preservation advocacy to sustainable urban design. Harris is joined by three panelists:
- Allison Baker, Project Leader at Studio Outside
- Isaac Cohen, Public Designer at bcWORKSHOP
- Amanda Kalescky, Senior Project Coordinator at GFF, Inc.