The American Institute of Architects, Honolulu Chapter is hosting forum this month to discuss the coming changes in Kaka’ako that could create a neighborhood where residents can live, work and play — all independent of the automobile.
The program and speakers include:
• Kakaʻako Planning and Issues: John Whalen, founder of Plan Pacific Inc.
• “Vision for Kakaʻako”: Anthony Ching, Executive Director of Hawaii Community Development Authority
• Urban Coherency: “Place Making and Connectivity”: Andrew Y. K. Tang, AIA, Architect/Planner
• Other visions for Kakaʻako: Community Organizations
The event is set for 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, May 22 at the Center for Architecture near the base of Fort Street Mall in Honolulu.
The meeting is open to the public but online reservations are required www.aiahonolulu.org