Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10am to 4pm
PUARL Lecture on Friday, February 27 (open to the public)
University of Oregon Portland White Stag Building, First Floor Event Hall
The purpose of the Portland Urban Architecture Research Laboratory (PUARL) is to make a link between the faculty and students of the University of Oregon and the people and institutions in Portland that are building and shaping the city of Portland—architects, landscape architects, urban designers, planners, developers, City and METRO officials and staff in sustainable ways, for the future.
PUARL Symposium Saturday, February 28, 2009, 10am to 4pm
In order to give these activities focus, an invitation-only conference will be held for Winter 2009, to take place at the White Stag Building. The one-day meeting will have as its goal the identification of issues and projects that PUARL can contribute to the city and the region. These projects will represent a match between the capabilities of A&AA in Portland and needs of firms, agencies and community groups in Portland.
The meeting will have about a 12-16 participants in total, including:
The meeting will be structured as follows:
10-12 Short presentations will deal with the following:
In addition, the quarterly PUARL lecture will be given one day earlier, Friday February 27th, and is open to students and the public.