Roundtable Discussion: Architects and our Communities

  • March 11, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
  • Virtual

Organization: AIA Cincinnati

Program Description

*Zoom* Roundtable Discussion: Architects and our Communities

In addition to designing buildings that protect the health, safety, and welfare of their occupants, architects play an important role in their communities, serving on commissions, boards, and neighborhood associations.

What are these community and municipal organizations? What do they do? Why is it important for the voice of architects to be represented? How can architects get involved?

During this informal conversation, you will hear from local citizen architects, and an organization that works with architects, on the value architects bring to the communities where they live and work. Questions from participants are encouraged.

Register before 3pm on March 10 to receive Zoom info.

Panelists & Moderator

Michael R. Mauch, AIA, NCARB, LEED AP, RWA Architects, Inc.

Business Leaders Alliance

Cincinnati Nature Center

Hyde Park Business Association

Hyde Park Community Council Zoning Committee

John Patrick Rademacher, AIA, NCARB, Elevar Design Group Dayton

President, Ohio Architects Board

Director, NCARB Board of Directors

Member, Miami Township Zoning Commission

John Senhauser, FAIA, John Senhauser Architects

City of Cincinnati Historic Conservation Board

City of Cincinnati Urban Design Review Board

University of Cincinnati and University of Pittsburgh Design Review Committees

Uptown Corridor Design Review Committee

Mike Wagner, President of Cincinnati Neighborhood Business Districts United (CNBDU)

Works with architects on the CNBDU board and community projects

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