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Learn How to Describe the Design Process with KUBE Architecture

Be sure to attend AIA|DC's event on March 21 for more information

KUBE Architecture has designed everything from a swanky basement to a pretty sweet yogurt lounge to this striking, woven bridge. On March 21, the public will be able to learn how the D.C.-based firm has accomplished so much with principals of D.C.-based KUBE Richard Loosle-Ortega and Janet Bloomberg.

On the website for the Washington, D.C. chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA|DC), it says:

After attending this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Describe the design process as it is practiced by KUBE Architecture to create unique spaces that take into account the lifestyles of their clients;
  2. Discuss how the client benefits from living or working in a space that is tailored to their personality and tells their individual story;
  3. Explain how incorporating personal history into a space makes the occupant more connected to their past and benefits their emotional health; and
  4. List the ways that KUBE Architecture uses spatial sequence, light, and materiality to create various effects and tell a story.

The event will run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will be located at the District Architecture Center on 421 7th Street NW.

Don't fret if you can't make it to this event. AIA|DC is planning on hosting events like these for the rest of the year, as part of Your City, Your Architects. Previous events have featured Mark McInturff of McInturff Architects and Alan Dynerman of Dynerman Architects.

D.C. Architects Will Be Featured in Year-Long AIA Program [Curbed DC]