At next Wednesday's Linden Tree (July 11th, 2007) Architect Stanley Saitowitz will be presenting his current buildings and projects including the Tampa Museum of Art.
Stanley is Professor of Architecture at the University of California, Berkeley, and Principal of Stanley Saitowitz/ Natoma Architects Inc. in San Francisco. He was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and received his Bachelor of Architecture Degree at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg in 1975, and his Masters in Architecture from the University of California, Berkeley in 1977. He began his practice in South Africa in 1975.
Completed projects include the California Museum of Photography in Riverside, 1022 Natoma Street, a live/work building in San Francisco, residences at Stinson Beach, Los Gatos, Napa, Almaden, Oakland, Berkeley, Marin, San Francisco, Tiburon, and Davis, Nine Structures at Mill Race Park, Columbus Indiana, the New England Holocaust Memorial in Boston, the Capp Street Artist Workshop, the Quady Winery, the Auditorium at Wurster Hall, the San Francisco Embarcadero Promenade, the Coffee Pavilion at Stanford University, the Oxbow Art School in Napa, UCSF Mission Bay 23B Building, Lofts on Lafayette Street, Third Street, and at Yerba Buena in San Francisco. Current Projects include, The Visual Arts Library and Wurster Hall Forth Floor Link at the University of California, Berkeley, Beth El Synagogue in La Jolla, Beth Sholom Synagogue in San Francisco, First United Methodist Tower in San Jose, 1234 Howard Street, 1601 Larkin Street, 1029 Natoma Street, McArthur/San Pablo, 555 Fulton Street, 1600 Market St, The Octavia Gateway Project, and the Tampa museum of Art.
For those attending for the first time, Linden Tree is held on the second Wednesday of the month at our office. Doors open at 7pm and the presentation begins at 8pm. We ask that everyone pitch in $20 to cover gourmet pizza and wine.