Curry Stone Foundation’s San Francisco Design Week discussion event “Goodnight, Resilience” featured on Modern Luxury San Francisco Magazine.
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The Curry Stone Foundation and The Dogwood Conspiracy hosted an official San Francisco Design Week event called Goodnight, Resilience on Saturday June 9. Over 125 event attendees gathered at Impact Hub Oakland for a night of discussion surrounding the relevance and irrelevance of the word “Resilience” as it relates to the Bay Area’s vulnerabilities historically and in the future to natural disasters, policy making and paths our communities can take as activists to create a better future.
Throughout the space there were seven different historical installations that allowed guests to travel through time, remembering major milestones of the Bay Area’s development challenges, beginning with the 1906 earthquake into modern times. The special architecture and environment focused installation was curated and created by U.C. Berkeley Architecture students Loryn Faye Cook, Amy Louie and Tristan Blackmore.
Photography by: Drew Alitzer