Speaker Series Continues in July with Gerhard Mayer

Culver City’s Speaker Series will continue next month with a talk on Innovation in Urban Design from Gerhard Mayer at the Helms Bakery on July 17 2019 from 6:30 to 8 pm.

Mayer, an architect, urbanist, and Principal at the Los Angeles office of GGLO, will explore how a flexible approach to design and the use of new autonomous parking technologies can enable us to reclaim some of the space currently devoted to parking and develop a more human-scale urban fabric. Join us to learn what is needed to support this type of innovation in Culver City.

Complimentary on-site child care can be arranged in advance. Please RSVP for this event.

With frequent service and direct connection to the Expo Line, a Culver CityBus can make it easy to attend! Plan your trip online or by calling 310-253-6500. The Helms Design Center is located a short walk from Culver City Bus lines 1, 5, and 7, Big Blue Bus line 17, and LA Metro Bus Lines 17, 33, and 733.

The Metro Expo Line Culver City Station is a five-minute walk away. There are bike racks available on-site. Those with limited mobility, and others wishing to arrive by car, can access complementary valet parking in the interior parking garage located adjacent to the Helms Design Center, just west of the Room and Board showroom. The address for the interior garage is 8711 Washington Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90232.

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  1. As with this event post about Gerhard Mayer, I often don’t see crucial information, such as dates, times, and urls or active links to find out more or rsvp.

  2. I should have started my previous comment by saying I appreciate all the daily news and updates on Culver City Crossroads. Thanks!

  3. Compliments and complaints are equally valid – we can’t improve if we don’t know what to address.
    Thanks for the comments – the post has been updated to include time, date and venue.

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