September 18, 2022
Tag: AIA Santa Barbara
November 7, 2021
More Fallout from the UCSB Dorm Debacle
While the university explained the rationale for its proposed Munger Hall and benefactor Charlie Munger compared the bedrooms to basement restrooms, students protested, architecture history professors started a petition, and local architects blasted the design. Other recent news: Goleta will sue UCSB over the lack of student housing; Carpinteria High School's Warrior statue will not be redesigned; the Rincon Multi-Use Trail moves forward; more study approved for floating wind farms.
August 16, 2021
A Snazzy New Building Downtown
Plus: AIA Santa Barbara's upcoming virtual tour celebrating "design excellence"; new State Street shop buys and sells vintage sports apparel and streetwear; proposal to add gates to the parking lot paseo on Figueroa; city council candidate at the farmers' market; cool show coming up at the Community Arts Workshop. 3
October 17, 2020
August 21, 2020
March 5, 2020
Architects on How to Fix Downtown Santa Barbara
Other recent news: Election results; Cottage Health opening two urgent-care centers here; local virologist on pandemic survival tactics; Funk Zone restaurant complex approved; Craftsman house on W. Valerio; new shop selling seashell art; parking spat turns ugly.
September 30, 2019