Architect Jules Dingle Partner of DIGSAU Philadelphia, PA Lecture in San Francisco
Jules Dingle is lecturing at the Academy of Art University School of Architecture / Monday, October 8th 2018, 6pm at 601 Brannan Street, Large Atrium Space, San Francisco, CA 94107
DIGSAU believes that architecture can allow people to uncover/discover connections between each other, place, history, and time. They believe these connections empower and inspire people to be more creative, productive, and fulfilled.
The studio aspires to develop places that – through the use of form, space, light, and material – convey potent ideas and connect to the human spirit. They are generalists. Their diverse backgrounds and a broad range of partnerships allow them to execute innovative projects across a wide range of project types. They have a broad view about architecture, how it is made, and who makes it. They work together rather than working alone, and promote a culture of open dialogue which ensures that all voices are heard and that full exploration of ideas is encouraged.
DIGSAU‘s collaboration extends beyond the projects and clients that drive and inspires them. They take opportunities within and beyond the office to engage in activities that allow them to better know each other, our world, and our role in it. They are serious about what they do, and they have a great time doing it.
Jules Dingle’s lecture at the AAU School of Architecture is kicking off the school’s Fall Design Built Charrette which will be running from October 8th to 10th. The built results of this 1:1 2 day event by the student design teams will be exhibited and presented on Wednesday evening at 601 Brannan.