June 25, 2013



A Swiss View: The Future of Cities

SABC MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
come join us at the Panel Discussion

A Swiss View: Urbanism and the Future of Cities:
5, 10, and 50 years from Now


Hosted by DePaul University's
Driehaus Graduate School of Business
And supported by The American Institute of Architects
and
Citizen's Advisory Committee of the Chicago Metropolitan Agencyfor Planning
Discussion 4:00 - 6:00pm
Reception 6:00 - 6:30pm
Tuesday, June 25th

DePaul University, Downtown Campus
1 E. Jackson, Chicago
5th Floor

Moderated by:
Susanne Cannon, Ph.D, Chair Department of Real Estate, DePaul University and Douglas and Cynthia Crocker Endowed Director, The Real Estate Center

Presenting:
Tom Jacobs, Principal, Kuerck & Sexton
Hanno Weber, Principal, Hanno Weber & Associates
Thomas Jacobs - After receiving his Diploma of Architecture from the Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Switzerland, Tom moved to the United States to start his career with Krueck + Sexton Architects. At this time, he conceived some of the hallmark design elements in the Herman Miller Showroom in Chicago. Following that project, he returned Events from Swiss American Business Council to Switzerland to work with Herzog & de Meuron (1999-2002) where he was on the project teams for the Jack S. Blanton Museum in Austin, Texas and the New de Young Museum in San Francisco's Golden Gate Park. An intensely formative period in Tom's early career, Tom was Project Architect for the 10-story twisting education and observation tower. He established the California office of H&deM in San Francisco in late 2000. Then, in 2002 he returned to Krueck + Sexton as the first Associate Principal. In 2010 Tom was made the first Principal of Krueck + Sexton, and is the designated future leader for the firm. Along with his work at Krueck + Sexton, Tom is an advocate for community development and planning as an active member of the Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning's Citizen Advisory Committee, helping to implement Chicago's GOTO 2040 Plan. He also serves as chair of the Riverside Sustainability Council, an organization he founded in 2008. In addition, Tom writes a monthly column for the Riverside Landmark on the challenges and opportunities of sustainability as a guiding principle.

This is a free event but RSVP to: events@sabcnow.com by June 18









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