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    How Architecture Tells: 9 Realities That Will Change the Way You See

    Book Event with Robert Steinberg

    When: Thursday, 11/3/2022 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

    Where: Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall (Bldg F)

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    OFJCC Palo Alto JCC
    Meet the man whose architectural vision, mission and skills brought about the building of the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life and more.

    We often consider architecture as mere functional buildings. However, in his beautifully presented book, How Architecture Tells: 9 Realities That Will Change the Way You See, Robert Steinberg explores how architecture shapes lives and communities, how it effects the way we feel, and facilitates the ways we interact, integrate and thrive. The JCC campus came into being thanks to Robert Steinberg's architectural vision, mission and skills. He is a Berkeley-trained, third generation architect, and long-time resident of Palo Alto.

    There will be a book signing after the event. Books will be available for purchase.

    About Robert Steinberg:
    Rob Steinberg, FAIA, is chairman of the global architecture firm Steinberg Hart, which was founded by his father in 1953. Rob is internationally recognized as an expert and design practice innovator in urban planning, hospitality and mixed-use projects.

    He has been awarded numerous national and international design awards and is frequently published in industry journals and publications. As a recognized expert, Rob is a frequent lecturer and presenter at many universities and design conferences around the world. He is active in a number of academic and real estate related organizations including his role as ULI Governor, Executive Board Member of SPUR, an urban research and think tank, and Policy Advisory Board Member at University of California Berkeley Fisher Center for Real Estate & Urban Economics. Rob began his professional career as a filmmaker in New York and Hollywood, garnering international awards for his documentary films.

    For ages 15+
    Thursday, November 3
    7:00–8:30 PM
    Albert and Janet Schultz Cultural Arts Hall (Bldg F)
    *Free parking is available via the entrance on Fabian Way
    Contact: Michelle Shabtai | [email protected]

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