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Come Join a Panel Discussion on "Cities of the Future"

Ever wondered what cities in the future will look like?

Come over to the Los Altos History Museum's "A Place to Call Home" exhibition and explore the section on future developments.  In the panel discussion on the "Home of the Future," we'll talk about what will it look like, what new features can we expect, and what will our cities look like.

Panelists include Robert Cormia, a member of Sustainable Silicon Valley who will give us the “big”picture to connect sustainable development and the home of the future. Tom Klope provides a full complement of professional landscape architectural services. William J. Maston is a architect whose firm specializes in residential and commercial retail projects, planned unit developments and site-specific master plans. Builder Sean Misskelley of Clarum Homes has an unusual business motto: “We work to transform the way you live.” His goal is to build beautiful high-performance custom homes that minimize the use of resources.

Refreshments included.

Tentative Plan

12 PM Set-up

1-3 PM Introductions and comments by panelists.  Questions by moderator Gary Hedden, followed by Q&A with the audience

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  • Gary H.

    Great (I'm a bit biased). The trends are already showing us the home of the future. Better construction with a tight building envelope and highly efficient heating and cooling. Germany is years ahead of us. Clean, local energy will change things. Smart energy use. Trends to smaller units in an urban setting cutting the commute. Fewer cars, smarter cars within 5 years, more ride sharing.

    July 27, 2013

  • Mark R.

    It was a very interesting subject. While I found the last two speakers to be more interesting than the first two, each person spoke about things that really made people think about the future.

    July 21, 2013

  • Mark R.

    Guest is Laura Robichek

    June 24, 2013

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