LUCE et studio is a collaborative studio practicing at the intersection of architecture, art and design. The studio’s work spans multiple scales from regional masterplans to custom furniture. Commissions include projects for museums, corporate design firms, boutique hotels, civic institutions, colleges, and private residential clients. Canadian-born architect Jennifer Luce established the Studio in 1990.
Each LUCE project speaks to the importance of collaboration, demonstrating that group efforts result in powerful, inspiring environments, in step with the individual spirit of its clients. The studio’s work is diverse in type and merges multiple design disciplines, encouraging a cross-fertilization of concepts and environments.
Mingei International Museum Transformation Tour
What this is
Project Tours give a look inside projects with tours led by the designers who created them.
When & Where
- Sep 10: 2-2:45pm and 3:15-4pm
- Sep 11: 9:45-10:30am and 11-11:45am
Balboa Park, Plaza de Panama, 1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101
- Free Join the Waitlist
TagsDesign = Equity, Balance, Resilience, Play, Connection, Education, Sustainability, TransformationDiscipline Craft, Architecture, Landscape, Furniture, Interior
Walk with the architects who envisioned the transformation of the Mingei International Museum! Take a peek into the imaginations of the designers who invented a place for exploration, discovery, and community.
Visitors will be able to see what makes this transformed space so special and invites Balboa Park goers to engage in conversations about architecture’s power to bring communities closer to art, history, and culture. This will be a 45-minute walking tour with flexibility for questions and answers.