30 May 2016
Simon Ha, panelist for DLTA: The evolution of built environments
On Tuesday, June 7th, mixed-use practice leader Simon Ha spoke on a panel to discuss the evolution of Built Environments in Los Angeles and how it has changed the way in which residents, workers, and visitors live, work and play in Downtown LA. Whether it’s environmental impact, community building, creating iconic architecture or encouraging a pedestrian city, there are many social and physical changes happening in the city.
The panelists discussed how architecture, transit, public spaces, and municipalities factor into the changing dynamic of Downtown.
- Noberto Nardi, AIA, Nardi & Associates (Moderator)
- Simon Ha, AIA, Principal, Steinberg
- Anne Williams, Sr. Project Manager, Land Use Entitlements, Psomas
- Lambert Giessinger, Historic Preservation Architect – Office of Historic Resources, City of Los Angeles
- Cris Liban, Executive Officer, Environmental Compliance and Sustainability, Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Metro
- Wade Graham, Writer, Historian and Public Policy Professor, Pepperdine University