CAAD research center director to present at Pecha Kucha Biloxi

March 30th, 2015 Comments Off on CAAD research center director to present at Pecha Kucha Biloxi


David Perkes, AIA, will present as part of the first spring Pecha Kucha Biloxi event.

This year’s theme is based on MAPPartner, the Ohr Museum’s ongoing Katrina+10 series of exhibits and events. 

On April 2, from 6-8:30 p.m. at the Ohr O’Keefe Museum of Art, coast architects will discuss how Katrina impacted the local architecture and showcase their successful efforts to restore it.

“How Katrina Changed Our Look” presenters include:

·         Holly Gibbs – Hands on Mississippi
·         Kevin O’Brien – Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art
·         Sonja Gillis – Lyn Meadows Discovery Center
·         Steve Phillips – WLOX
·         John Anderson, AIA – unabridged Architecture
·         Corey Christy – Walter Anderson Museum
·         Dr. Janice Johnson – Biloxi Public Schools
·         Allison Anderson, FAIA – unabridged Architecture
·         Windy Swetman – Swetman Security
·         Christene Brice – Harrison County Election Commission District 4
·         David Perkes, AIA – Gulf Coast Community Design Studio
·         Romy Simpson – Negrotto’s Gallery

For more information about the presenters, check out Pecha Kucha Biloxis’ Facebook page.

Also, MAPPartner Marvin Windows and Doors is excited to announce the return of the prestigious Marvin Architects Challenge celebrating acclaimed design and breathtaking architecture. This challenge gives architects the chance to submit their best work that displays architectural creativity and features Marvin Windows and Doors and see how they measure up against their peers.  It’s a yearly chance to show off their most award-worthy project and get the attention they deserve. This year, there are new judging categories as well as an extended award structure, which gives even more opportunities for recognition.

For more information on the program, please visit Marvin Architects Challenge 2015.

PechaKucha Night was devised in Tokyo in February 2003 as an event for young designers to meet, network and show their work in public. It has turned into a massive celebration, with events happening in hundreds of cities around the world.

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