The San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the education and promotion of outstanding architecture, landscape, interior, and urban design to improve the quality of life for all San Diegans. SDAF curates exceptional events throughout the year that are open to both the design industry and the public at large. SDAF’s goal is to inspire all San Diegans to discover the value of thoughtful design in the natural and built environment and the effect it has on the quality of our lives.
SDAF Design Film Series Presented by Thompson Building Materials
What this is
Film screenings allow you online access to films about design.
When & Where
- Sep 21: 6:30-9pm
6618 Federal Blvd, Lemon Grove, CA 91945
- $20 Register
Richard Leplastrier - Framing the View (Trailer)
San Diego Architectural Foundation (SDAF) presented by Thompson Building Materials is a quarterly event that showcases advance screenings of critically acclaimed art, architecture, and design films from around the world.
During San Diego Design Week attendees will have the opportunity to see Richard Laplastrier: Framing the View featuring Richard Leplastrier, one of Australia’s most influential and internationally awarded architects.
This documentary follows the very private, but charismatic Leplastrier as he designs the Blackheath house that epitomizes what he has learned over 50 years and the influence of his mentors, namely the Danish architect, Jorn Utzon (Sydney Opera House); the Australian artist, Lloyd Rees; and the Japanese professor, Masuda Tomoya.