“Americas Housing Crises: The Role of Design,” Lecture by Mike Pyatok FAIA
Mike Pyatok is an architect based in Oakland, California with an active practice in the housing arena. He has designed over 35,000 affordable housing units during his career. Mike is widely regarded as the leading expert in the process of involving his clients in the design of their housing. He is a co-author of Good Neighbors: Affordable Family Housing and teaches at the University of Washington. Mike has an MArch from the GSD and was a Loeb Fellow in 1983-84.
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