"Working in a small town means you live with your projects," says Elizabeth Price, AIA. There are wonderful benefits to this — such as being able to have her daughter attend a preschool her team designed, and staying connected with projects and clients — but there are also some interesting challenges. Read: "Not very many boundaries." Watch Price discuss these topics in a PechaKucha she presented as part of 20X20@500 Chicon.
20×20@500 Chicon was hosted by the Texas Society of Architects last fall as part of our 2012 Convention and Design Expo. The full list of presenters included:
- Elaine Bradford / Houston Artist
- Michael Ray Charles / Austin Artist
- Brantley Hightower, AIA / San Antonio Architect
- Matthew Johnson / Austin Stone Carver
- Max Levy, FAIA / Dallas Architect
- Michael Malone, AIA / Dallas Architect
- Elizabeth Price, AIA / Brenham Architect
- Larry Speck, FAIA / Austin Architect
- Steven Tomlinson / Austin Playwright
PechaKucha 20×20 is a trademarked presentation style devised by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Tokyo’s Klein Dytham architecture. Presenters show 20 images for 20 seconds each, and talk as the slides advance to produce a fast-paced, engaging statement on a particular topic of interest. This format has caught on and spread to more than 600 cities around the globe.
Click on the video above to watch the full presentation by Elizabeth Price, AIA. Other presentations in this series will be added soon.