Architectural Lecture Series
Russell Gilchrist on The Impacts of Driverless Cars
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
The Cliff Dwellers are pleased to present another in their series of architectural lectures on Tuesday December 12, 2017:
The Impact of Driverless Cars on High-Rise Development.
Russell will speak about the impact of the driverless car on urban design and architecture in the next decade, in particular the effect on existing spaces within our cities and how they will change our everyday life.
A practicing architect for over two decades, Russell Gilchrist has amassed a portfolio of high profile architecture and master planning projects across multiple building types in the USA, Europe and Asia. Russell has completed award winning projects including ‘Pearl River Tower’ in Guangzhou, Protos Winery in Northern Spain, Glyndebourne Opera House in England, ‘Reichstag’ Parliament Building in Berlin and 88 Wood Street, London, for Daiwa Europe Properties. He has published and lectured extensively on low energy, high performance high-rise building and is active for the Council for Tall Buildings & Urban Habitat (CTBUH).
Cocktails: Cash bar opens at 4:30 p.m.
Program: Begins 6:15 p.m.
Dinner: Available after the program, a la carte.
Reservations are requested: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312-922-8080.
Discount parking is available after 4:00 at the garage located at 17 E. Adams – enter on Adams between Wabash and State. Ask for a discount coupon at the check-in desk.