ULI Explores Miami’s Evolution through Art, Architecture and Culture
Explore how arts, culture, and architecture are helping Miami position itself as a global leader during a luncheon discussion presented by local practitioners. Hear from key players in architecture and design on how their innovations are positioning Miami as an emerging 21st century city.
How are today’s architects, artists, and designers incorporating our diverse culture and local heritage? What pathways do new projects use to renew and redevelop the urban fabric around them to give the city new vitality? Learn the latest on how art and culture are influencing building design and the development process to shape Miami’s future at this exciting January program.
Online registration is closed. Please call 954-783-9504 to register.
12:00pm Lunch & Networking
12:30pm Welcoming Remarks
Michele Centeno, Area Senior Vice President, Arthur J. Gallagher & Co., and Vice Chair, Women’s Leadership Initiative, ULI Southeast Florida/Caribbean
12:35pm Overview of the M Building
Chad Oppenheim, Principal, Oppenheim Architecture,
12:45pm Panel Discussion
Claudia Busch, Principal, Berenblum Busch Architecture & Professor, Florida International University
Adriana-Savino-Miller, Principal, Savino-Miller Design Studio
Margi Nothard, President/Design Director, Glavovic Studio
Moderator: Cheryl Jacobs, Executive Vice President, AIA Miami @ Miami Center for Architecture & Design
ULI Member: $30
Register Early! Limited Seating.
Lunch will be provided! Street parking available!
This event is hosted and organized by the Women’s Leadership Initiative
Sponsorship Opportunities Available! Contact Eralda Agolli, or call 954-783-9504