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Lecture Series Spring 2020

Jorge Otero-Pailos
The Ethics of Dust
January 14

Oliver Grabes
February 5

Gabrielle Bullock
The Changing Faces of Design
March 4

Bill Cummings
A Conversation with Bill Cummings: Entrepreneur, Developer and Philanthropist
TBD

CASCIERI LECTURESHIP IN THE HUMANITIES

Dr. Mahesh Daas, DPACSA, ACSA
Being Human Being Robot: How Will We __ Together?
April 2

 

Lecture Series Spring 2020: Gabrielle Bullock

The Changing Faces of Design

Bullock's work: KSAU Jeddah

  • 03/04/2020

  • 6 PM 

  • Cascieri Hall

    Boston Architectural College

    320 Newbury Street, Boston

  • communications@the-bac.edu

  • Free and open to the public

  • Design Community, Lectures

Architects: earn 1 AIA LU/HSW by attending this lecture!

Gabrielle Bullock

Gabrielle Bullock is the Principal, Director of Global Diversity, at Perkins & Will in Los Angeles.

She was born in Harlem and raised in the Bronx and knew from the time that she was twelve years old that architecture would be her calling. Her motivation to enter the profession was a direct response to the design of public housing and her strong desire to positively impact the lives of African Americans and people of color living in her community. Her career path was driven by a passion to design for others and foster access to the design industry for all genders and racial backgrounds.

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Destination Crenshaw Sankofa Park

As the second black female to graduate from the architecture department of the Rhode Island School of Design, Gabrielle has been a key player in our firm's success for over three decades, working in both the New York and Los Angeles studios where she became the first African American and first woman to rise to the position of Managing Director. Over the course of her career, she has led numerous complex and high-profile projects, including the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences.

Her unique role as the firm's Director of Global Diversity and an award-winning principal, enables her to combine her passion for architecture and social justice to effect positive change.

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NGHA Children's Hospital