The Department of Architecture at Cal Poly Pomona presents Ed Mazria and his lecture “On the Brink”
Ed Mazria is an internationally recognized architect, author, researcher, educator, founder and CEO of Architecture 2030.
The warming of the earth’s atmosphere caused by burning fossil fuels, the rapid depletion of global petroleum and natural gas reserves, current environmental calamities, and the long recession are converging to create the greatest crisis and opportunity of modern times. As these events intensify, they will dramatically change how we live, build and relate to the natural environment.
Architecture 2030 founder Edward Mazria will deliver an eye-opening presentation illustrating the powerful role of design in both creating and alleviating many of the crises facing America and the world today.
The lecture is free and open to the public.
From I-10: Exit on Kellogg Drive. If you were coming from West (Los Angeles) follow the off-ramp to the right. If you are coming from east (San Bernardino), turn left on Kellogg Drive. Go past one stop sign and one traffic light, and you will see a parking booth on your right.
From 57: Take Temple Avenue exit (at the end of off-ramp, turn left if you’re coming from south; turn right if you’re coming from north or the 210). Cross the traffic lights at Pomona Blvd and Valley Blvd and turn right at the traffic light on South Campus Dr. Turn left on Kellogg Dive and proceed until you see a parking booth on your left.
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