Wednesday: Glenn Lym Discusses “The Topography of Bernal Heights”


Tomorrow, Wednesday January 15, the Bernal History Project will play host to a talk by architect Glenn Lym, during which he will discuss his very cool historic topographic maps of Bernal Heights.

It should be fascinating fun for history wonks and cartography geeks alike. Here are the deets:

Glenn Lym on “The Topography of Bernal Heights and the Mission”

A Bernal History Project Event

Jan 15, 2014 7:00pm-8:30pm (Wednesday)
at Bernal Heights Branch Library
500 Cortland (at Andover) San Francisco

Architect and architectural historian Glenn Lym will show the 3D map he has created of Bernal Heights and the Mission flats and talk about how the topography of the neighborhood has changed since the 1852-3 U.S. Coastal Survey.

Material is Based on his documentary:
HERE5 – Erased Landscape: The Making of Flat Land in Central San Francisco

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