Design Stories

Last Updated: May 2, 2011

Design Stories

3780 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90010, USA

What's your design story?

Tell us your design story and win two Home Tour Tickets!

For professionals and enthusiasts of art, design and architecture, there is always a moment or epiphany when one realizes that design somehow has an impact in their lives. From all ages and all over the world, we all have a design story. What is yours?

AIA Los Angeles invites you to share your design story with us. In 1000 words or less, please describe your design epiphany, when did you know you had a taste for design? How did you express it? Tell us your experience, history, anecdote or visions of your design world!

Submit* your story! The most inspirational story will receive two complimentary Home Tour tickets, worth $75 each. The second installment of this Spring's Home Tour will take place in Venice Beach and Santa Monica... don't miss out on this exciting opportunity to get your design story heard!

Email stories to:
Nathalia Morales-Evanks, nathalia@aialosangeles.org ,
Communications Coordinator at AIA|Los Angeles

*By submitting your story you agree with our Terms of Agreement

Read all Design Stories submitted so far....

Will Wright, AIA|LA Advocacy Director look back to when he was 8 years old and how design played such an important part of his life even then.

Carlo Caccavale, AIA|LA Associate Director, Hon. AIA|LA, discusses his design epiphany while visiting Paris, France almost 20 years ago.

Alex Prostavech's Design Story - "Jump" - From the USSR to Paris Architect, Alex Protasevich's, design story, entitled, Jump, about how, a 10-day trip to Paris as a Soviet architecture student and Jean Nouvel changed the course of his life...

R. Michael Walden - "The Power of Graphite to Cheer"

Rhett Beavers, ASLA - "Design Epiphanies"

Last updated: 11-Dec-2012 09:33 AM
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