GET IN THE MIX!
Context Volume 4 | Neighborhoods 2027
Date | Tuesday June 6th
Location | Green Acre Campus Pointe
10300 Campus Point Drive
San Diego, CA 92121
Part 1 | Public Engagement Event
3:00 -5:00pm | FREE, Registration Required
Part 2 | Reception + Presentation | Tickets Required
5:15 - 6:45pm | Reception
7:00 - 9:00pm | Main Presentation
The San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF),
through its annual Context Vol. 4 program, will focus
on how over the next decade well-designed, denser
neighborhoods can improve the quality of life as well
as environmental and economic prospects for all San
Diegans. CV4 will focus on the most personal aspects
of these changes to our neighborhoods-housing.
Through presentations, lectures, panel discussions
and exhibits, CV4 will explore both existing and new
housing types, typologies and solutions, from infill
housing, micro units and shared-living, to secondary
units or ‘granny flats’, and beyond.
Context Vol. 4 will explore creative planning and
design solutions that increase neighborhood
density and will improve San Diego’s quality of
life, cultural and economic vitality. Higher density,
through good, thoughtful design and Smart Growth
policies, when done right, can revitalize our existing
communities and make San Diego a healthier,
savvier and more affordable place to live.
On June 6, 2017, Context Vol. 4 will convene a
panel of architects, educators, developers and
planners who will show, through examples of
both built and visionary solutions for the orderly
increase of density through thoughtful, credible and
About Part 1 | 3-5pm
Where are you likely to live in 2027? Attend this
free and open-to-the-public forum with exhibits
and lectures demonstrating solutions to the future
of development in San Diego’s neighborhoods over
the next 10 years.
PART ONE, a free and open-to-the-general-public
two-hour event will begin with a short presentation
by UCSD researchers, an exhibit of students work
on the solution to population growth then following
a open discussion on the future of development in
San Diego’s neighborhoods over next 10 years.
About Part 2 | 5:15-9:00pm
PART TWO, the open event will be followed by an
evening program that starts with a paid pre-event
cocktail party and ‘Taste of the Neighborhoods’.
The reception will encourage participants and panelists
to interact and discuss relevant issues in a relaxed,
Following the reception, an evening forum of
practitioners, designers, developers, academic
experts, and civic leaders will discuss distinctive
accomplishments in achieving higher density with
design excellence that can serve as examples for
San Diego’s planners, architects and developers.