principal designer, artist
SESSION: Tuesday, October 20, 2:15
Drawing from Landscape with Greg Hoffman
How can built spaces make us feel more connected to the landscape—and to each other? Global brand and design leader Greg Hoffman joins Corey Martin, principal at Hacker Architects, for creative conversation. The two will discuss Hacker's award-winning approach to architecture in the Pacific Northwest, amply visible in iconic Central Oregon structures such as Lakeside at Black Butte Ranch, the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship building on Skyline in Bend, and the upcoming Grove at Northwest Crossing. All three spaces represent a unique relationship between the natural and built environments. Greg and Corey will also discuss their creative collaboration on the High Desert House right here in Bend, for which Greg and his family were Hacker's clients.
ABOUT COREY MARTIN:
Principal at Hacker Architects
Designing spaces that reflect beauty and poetry of activities within / Visionary design leader guiding Hacker's cultural, spiritual, commercial, residential work / Dedicated to manifesting client values, visions, stories through architecture / Prioritizing daylight, environment, spatial dynamism, craft / Design that frames and echoes the natural landscape