Dinner & A Movie with William Fain
Sunday night during the New Urbanism Film Festival with honorary guest, William Fain. Fain is a world renown architect, urban designer and author of “If Cars Could Talk: Essays on Urbanism.”
Mr. Fain has practiced architecture and urban planning for over 35 years. He is the managing partner and directs master planning and urban design for Johnson Fain, a firm of 50 architects, planners and interior designers, headquartered in downtown Los Angeles. With extensive experience in urban design, community planning and downtown redevelopment and transit-oriented development, his career has focused on advancing the practice of urban design as a bridge between the public good and private benefit. His projects have won several national AIA and Progressive Architecture awards including Mission Bay in San Francisco, Beijing’s new Central Business District, the Greenways Plan for Los Angeles, and the American Indian Cultural Center in Oklahoma.
New Urbanism Film Festival – Los Angeles, 2014 – November 6-9