DENVER, Jan. 28, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- David Tryba, FAIA, will discuss the architect's responsibility of integrating various, often conflicting agendas of complex cultural projects. A new building offers an opportunity to transform an institution, and the process of transformation for any organization often involves creative conflict. This creative "fusion" can produce new energy and new thinking. It gives the project team the courage to think BIG and take risks that they might not otherwise consider. The desired result is to create a building that responds to the needs of the organization and the audiences they serve. History Colorado's Edward G. Nichols, CEO and Kathryn Hill, COO, will join Mr. Tryba in the roundtable discussion. Attendees of this presentation will understand how a building project demands vision and planning from the organization; how those plans inform design; and how staff and designers can embrace the creative conflict that inevitably accompanies transformation. (For registration information: http://www.midatlanticmuseums.org/programs/building-museums/).
David Tryba, FAIA, is a leading architect, urbanist, designer of places and strategist for city building, urban design and the importance of the cultural realm. As the founding principal of Tryba Architects, Mr. Tryba has led many complex cultural and civic projects that have had a transformative impact on both the institutions and audiences they serve, and the cities in which they reside; The Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, The Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, The Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center, The Lone Tree Performing Arts Center; and The Denver Botanic Gardens. His firm has recently completed the History Colorado Center, a project that has immediately gained local, regional and national recognition for its economic, social and educational impact.
In addition to leading the award-winning firm of Tryba Architects, Mr. Tryba is also a pundit on urban vision, city-building, and the cultural realm, and how when these strategies are engaged together, they create vibrant and sustainable cities.
Tryba Architects provides planning, urban design, and architectural design services, with 25 years of experience designing award-winning projects. The firm is committed and focused on urban infill projects. A passion for cities and buildings that fit comfortably into their own unique context has been the foundation of Tryba's work since the firm was founded in 1988. The design excellence of Tryba is a result of the combined skills of a talented team of 30 men and women with aligned values -– dedication to practicing architecture at the highest level, delivering exceptional projects, and providing the highest level of service to extraordinary clients. For more information visit www.trybaarchitects.com.
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