As a part of AIACV’s Experience Architecture 2020, join us for
this panel discussion on changing restaurant operations amidst
Overview: This year’s Bite of Design program examines the future of restaurants, including changes to restaurant design to meet the needs created by the pandemic.
We’ve invited panelists Bruce Monighan, AIA, Urban Design Manager for the City of Sacramento; Whitney Johnson, interior designer; architect Craig Hausman, AIA and Clay Nutting, owner of Cannon East Restaurant in Sacramento to discuss how restaurant operation has significantly changed to meet new and changing state and local health requirements, as well as how design will continue to play a key role in not only meeting current needs, but also shaping the future of the restaurants moving forward.
Zoom link will be provided to registered participants.
Cost: $5 + optional donation to the Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services: https://support.sacramentofoodbank.org/AIA
Event founded by: Kevin Young, AIA
Sponsors: Comstock’s Magazine, Fulcrum Properties, Lionakis, Milgard Windows & Doors, SMUD, US CAD.
A Bite of Design: The Future of Restaurants
AIA Central Valley