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2012/01/25, by , under AIA, blog, drawing, Events, Exhibits, marketing, models, photography, promotion, seminar, visualization

Hallidie photo Keith Baker

Hallidie photo Keith Baker

Presenting Architecture announces it’s first exhibition and seminar series!  Hosted by the American Institute of Architects San Francisco Chapter and The Center for Architecture + Design and curated by Robert Becker this event will run from February 16 – April 26, 2012 m-f 9-5. The artists reception will be February 23rd, 2012, 5:30-7:30pm.

Presenting Architecture curated by Robert Becker will highlight ‘case studies’ of  architectural model makers, photographers and visualization experts along with a communications case study by Amanda Walter co-author of the upcoming book Social Media in Action.  These studies will explore how these artists produce their craft and showcase the importance of using specialists to make your architectural presentation a winning one.

Participating Artists:

Russell Abraham, David Anderson, Keith Baker, Robert Becker, Dean Birinyi, Barney Davidge, David Eichler, Robert Frank, Gemmiti Model Art, Chris Grubbs, Emily Hagopian, IDF Global, Lawrence Ko Leong, Markus Lui, Michael Reardon, John Shulters, SmithgroupJJR, Robert Staehle, Studios Architecture, Amanda Walter, Art Zendarski

Highlighted Project:

Peter Pfau’s SPUR project with work from:  Pfau Long Architecture, Art Zendarski,  and model graciously loaned by SPUR.


Please click here to see the seminar offerings.


AIA San Francisco and Center for Architecture + Design Gallery
Hallidie Building
130 Sutter Street, Suite 600
San Francisco, CA
Gallery Hours: 9-5 m-f
On view February 16—April 26, 2012
February 23, 2012-artist reception, 5:30-7:30pm

Social Media Links:

FaceBook Event
LinkedIn Event

This exhibit is sponsored by Arch , GCI General Contractors and William Stout Architectural Books.

Proudly hosted by the San Francisco Chapter of the American Institute of Architects and the Center for Architecture + Design.

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