Tips and Tricks on Successful ADU Planning: Roundtable Discussion
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 Export to Your Calendar 10/3/2019
When: Thursday, October 3
12:00 - 1:30 PM
Where: Peninsula Building Materials
Conference Room
2490 Charleston Road
Mountain View
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham
408.298.0611


Online registration is available until: 10/3/2019
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In this round table discussion, we will start with a presentation on the recent history of ADUs since SB 1069 & SB 229 aka Wieckowski was passed in 2017 which led to the recent increase in these types of structures. After the presentation, the moderated round table discussion will delve into the experiences, tips and tricks of creating ADUs for clients. Participants are expected to actively participate in the discussion. 

Cost:
Free! Bring your lunch and find out more about ADUs.

Presented by the CRAN Committee:

 

 

 

 

 

About the Speakers:

Judith Wasserman,  AIA, graduated with BA in physics from Cornell University and an MArch from UCBerkeley. She joined Phoebe Bressack  and formed Bressack and Wasserman Architects in 1994, practicing residential architecture: remodels, additions and new homes. Judith served on the Architectural Review Board of Palo Alto for 12 years.

 

 

 

Linder Jones, AIA is an award-winning architect with over 30 years of experience in designing beautiful and livable spaces that enrich the lives of Silicon Valley homeowners. He was president of AIA Silicon Valley in 2011 and serves on the scholarship committee.

 

 

 

 

 

Jennifer Kretschmer, AIA, NCARB (Cal Poly, SLO) is a SF Bay Area native. She founded J. Kretschmer Architect in 2003, specializing in single family, multi-family residential and commercial projects under 10,000 square feet. Jennifer is currently a Director on the AIA Silicon Valley Board and the chair of CRAN.

 

 

 

 

 

 



Learning Objectives:

  • Participants will be able to identify the difference from an ADU from other types of accessory structures, efficiency units, and tiny homes.
  • Inform participants of the history that has led to the recent increase in ADU construction and design inquiries so that participants can examine whether ADUs fit into their residential practice model.
  • Discuss how local municipalities are implementing to SD1069, SB229 and other ammendments to Wieckowski so that participants can design compliant ADUs.
  • Inspire architects and designers to create affordable well-designed ADUs.

 

 

 

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