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The idea for B/A/D talks grew out of a simple observation that professional networking events contain a frustrating feature: participants often have to sacrifice complete conversations in order to maintain the quantity of connections offered by our large community of builders, architects, and designers. John Kilfoyle of United Marble Fabricators and Paul Reidt and Linda Kochman of KR+H Cabinetmakers developed B/A/D Talks to provide our community with a forum for shared interests and an opportunity to have full conversations in a non-commercial setting. We sought the skills of an editor and journalist to facilitate our topical conversations and Kyle Hoepner, Editor-in -Chief, New England Home, kindly accepted the role of moderator of B/A/D Talks.

 
 
 
 

B/A/D TALKS MODERATOR

For season 7 we welcome Ted Landsmark as our new interlocutor. Ted has participated in the Talks as a panelist and brings a rich resume to his new role. Ted is the director of the Kitty and Michael Dukakis Center for Urban and Regional Policy and a Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University. He is President Emeritus of the Boston Architectural College and was Vice President for Academic Affairs of the American College of the Building Arts. We are excited to have Ted’s guidance as we continue to explore the shared interests of the B/A/D community.

BAD TALKS April 2017: New Homes in Older Settings  Ted Landsmark, David Hacin, Scott Slarsky, Deb Andrews, Kyle Hoepner

BAD TALKS April 2017: New Homes in Older Settings

Ted Landsmark, David Hacin, Scott Slarsky, Deb Andrews, Kyle Hoepner