For demonstrating quality of form, functionality, and current architectural response to complex justice design issues, SOM’s San Bernardino Justice Center has received the highest honor from the American Institute of Architects’ Academy of Architecture for Justice (AIA AAJ): a Justice Facilities Review Award Citation. Attendees of the 2015 AIA AAJ Fall Conference, “Challenging the Status Quo,” which runs from November 18-21 in Miami, will have the opportunity to learn about this structurally innovative and environmentally responsive architectural landmark.
"The Future of Justice: The New San Bernardino Justice Center” will feature SOM Design Director Michael Duncan and SOM Managing Director Steven Sobel, as well as representatives from Shen Milsom & Wilke LLC and the Judicial Council of California. Their presentation will include discussions of contextual design on future courthouses, integrated sustainable design strategies, resilient design and implications on building elements, and how a converged network technology impacts the ability to efficiently deliver data and information.
The Future of Justice: The New San Bernardino Justice Center
November 20, 2015
Conrad Miami Hotel
1395 Brickell Avenue