Dustin L. Littrell
34 years old
My wife, daughter and I have been living in Oak Park since late 2007. I'm an Architect who's active in the community.
In the residential sector, a building that produces as much energy as it consumes, or a Net Zero Energy (NZE) Building, is increasingly technologically viable. Yet, to achieve true scalability, these high-quality, efficient and architecturally advanced buildings must be coupled with affordability. Please join us on Wednesday Evening, Feb 23th beginning at 5:45PM at the AIACV Chapter Office for this month’s 4th Wednesday Design Dialogue (4WDD) where Shilpa Sankaran and Taeko Takagi of ZETA Communities will discuss an innovative approach to achieving affordability with offsite precision-building. The team will also present project case studies and live energy performance tracked by the DOE
AIACV / UDA Present: Open Design Dialogue What does the future of Architectural Design hold for our City? This is an open discussion about the role that architecture and design plays in our regions post-recession rebound. Free Admission Wednesday, Oct. 27th Doors open at 5:30pm Program from 6:00-7:30pm AIA Central Valley Chapter Office 1400 S Street (Enter on 14th Street)
This Wednesday's Design Dialogue will feature a presentation on the "Delivery of the Midtown Pilot Alley" by Julie Young with the Alley Activation Group and Steve Cohn, Council Member, City of Sacramento. Both Julie Young and Steve Cohn spearheaded the effort to implement a pilot project to activate the alley between 18th and 17th Streets/ L Street and Capital Ave that is currently under construction. On the 2nd year anniversary of UDA's "Imagine Alley Event", Council Member Cohn and Julie Young will present on the status of the Midtown Pilot Alley, global efforts to activate alleys, and efforts to name Sacramento's alleys. Join UDA and the AIA for a discussion and idea session on future
Please join us once again for this month’s Fourth Wednesday Design Dialogue (FWDD) as we discuss Original Projects with Nathan Wieler. Nathan Wieler, originator of projects like the Dwell Home, Modern Birdhouses, The Greenbelt House, Harvest Farm Community, Development Supported Agriculture, and Zoom Culture talks about the stories behind each project, along with lessons learned and applied to his new collaborative venture Original Projects. Topic: “Original Projects” Date: Wednesday, August 25th Time: 5:45 – 7:30 PM Location: AIACV Chapter Office – Gallery, 1400 S Street (please enter on 14th Street) Info: Free Admisson Please click on the link to view the flyer
The Next American Dream Is Sacramento Ready? We used to get dressed up to go “downtown.” It was an occasion. It was the place to be. It was the energy of every growing city. But times changed. Suburbia was born. And we deserted downtown. It’s time to rebuild our urban cores. Does Sacramento have the will to rebuild? Please join us at the Crest Theatre for a screening of The Next American Dream, a documentary film about a downtown coming back to life. Thursday, Aug. 26, 2010 Social Hour – 5 to 6 p.m. Screening – 6 to 7:00 p.m. After-Party – Social Nightclub (10th & K) Please click on the link below to confirm your attendance! http://thenextamericandream.