Record asked a diverse group of people in the Bay-Area architecture world'from designers to product distributors to critics'to offer their local expertise on what to see while in town for the AIA convention.

John King
San Francisco Chronicle & RECORD Contributor
John King
Photo © Mike Kepka

John King writes the architecture and urban design column for the San Francisco Chronicle. He is also a regular contributor to Architectural Record.

Marsha Maytum
Leddy, Maytum, Stacy Architects
Marsha Maytum
Image courtesy Leddy,
Maytum, Stacy Architects
A partner at Leddy, Maytum, Stacy Architects, Marsha Maytum, FAIA, has helped build a diverse and recognized practice. She is a member of the Unites States Green Building council and actively involved in many architectural and urban planning committees in San Francisco.
Jay Sweet
Boyd Lighting
Jay Sweet
Photo courtesy Boyd Lighting

Jay Sweet is the CEO of the 85-year-old company Boyd Lighting. Based in San Francisco since its founding, the firm specializes in providing designer interior and exterior decorative lighting fixtures to architects and interior designers.

 

Douglas Tom
Tom Eliot Fisch
Douglas Tom
Photo © Sasha Gulish

Founding principal and managing partner at Tom Eliot Fisch, Douglas Tom, AIA, has been a practicing architect in San Francisco for 34 years. In addition to setting firm objectives and overseeing operations, he also brings a strong background working with the city’s historic buildings to the practice.

 

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