The Conservation Society of San Antonio
How Buildings Learn - Tracking Change in the King William Neighborhood


Lecture: How Buildings Learn
Tracking Change in the King William Neighborhood
Monday, January 28, 2019 – 7:00pm

River House Behind the Steves Homestead  – 509 King William, San Antonio, Texas 78209
Cost: $10 members; $15 non-members

Join the Conservation Society for a lecture and discussion to discover how the houses of the King William neighborhood have evolved and adapted over the years, with even the river itself changing course since the neighborhood was first developed well over a century ago.

Deadline for registration: Friday, January 25, 2019
Registration is non-refundable after: Friday, January 25, 2019

Speaker: Stuart Johnson
Stuart Johnson is a licensed architect and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional with Ford, Powell & Carson. Previously he was a Project Manager for the San Antonio River Foundation and Preservation Field Representative for the San Antonio Conservation Society. Before moving to San Antonio, Stuart spent over a decade working for preservation architecture firms in New York and California. Stuart is Vice-President of the MidTexMod chapter of docomomo us, as well as Co-Chair of the American Institute of Architects – San Antonio Chapter’s Historic Resources Committee. He serves on the boards of the San Antonio Conservation Society and the Old Spanish Trail Centennial and has served as Vice-Chairman of the City of San Antonio’s Building Standards Board. He is a Licensed New York City Sight-Seeing Guide, and a Certified Tour Guide, Professional Tour Guide Association of San Antonio. Stuart received his Master of Architecture degree from the Savannah College of Art and Design.

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