How Italians and Romans Influenced San Francisco Victorian Architecture

A lively discussion with James Dixon 

Thursday, January 30 at 6pm
Museo Italo Americano Fort Mason Bldg C 
 San Francisco

How did the Italians and the Romans influence San Francisco architecture?
What makes a building Victorian or Edwardian?

What is the difference between Stick Style and Queen Anne?
Was Painted Lady Style ever real?
What is the 1890 Pivot and who is responsible for its changes to residential design? 
 
Find out with James Dixon, a practicing San Francisco architect, who will give a seminar on “Victorian and Edwardian Residential Architectural Styles in San Francisco” with a  timeline from 1820-1920 that shows the most popular styles, their length of popularity, and how San Francisco history is interwoven with them.
 
Please take a look and enjoy to some Informative Material
 

About James Dixon

James Dixon established JDA in 1996 and has a broad client base in new construction and renovation of custom residences, schools, corporate headquarters, restaurants, hotels and religious facilities. JDA offers complete architectural, landscape, and interior design services from conceptual design through construction administration. 
JDA’s practice is nation-wide, from the coastal ridges of California, to the Rocky Mountains and the rolling plains of Ohio, to the cliffs overlooking the Atlantic.
James was Project Architect for the late Aaron Green, FAIA, the last living professional link to Frank Lloyd Wright’s organic school of architecture. 
Nature and geometry are James’ principal sources of inspiration for architectural design. His primary architectural goals are to create buildings that magnify our humanity, that enhance and resonate with our lives, that add to our delight in living, and that satisfy our need for and appreciation of beauty.
This event is created in collaboration with
The Museo Italo Americano
Limited Admission – RESERVE NOW
The event is free of charge for members OF LdVS and Museo Italo Americano
$15 for non members to pay at the door