Richard Requa Point Loma Homes Pacific Sothebys International Realty
One of the homes featured in the lecture was this historic bay front Point Loma home designed by Richard Requa.

On Tuesday, April 5, 2016, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty Agents Carolyn Glasner and Susan Diamond packed the Point Loma Assembly House for the third lecture in the Point Loma Architecture Lecture Series. The special architectural lecture focused on the Point Loma properties designed by prominent and historical architects Richard Requa, Herbert Palmer and Cliff May. The lecture was led by award winning architect Ione R. Stiegler, FAIA and featured photography by Larry J. Mack.


The Point Loma Architecture Lecture Series was created by Carolyn Glasner and Susan Diamond of Pacific Sotheby’s Realty to explore the architectural history of Point Loma with experts in the field. Caroline and Susan have extensive experience listing and selling historical and architectural properties and have combined their passion for these properties and their love of the Point Loma community to create the Point Loma Architectural Lecture Series.

“Our goal in creating this series is to enhance community awareness of these local and important treasures,” says Glasner. “The series has been extremely well received and we are thrilled to have the opportunity to share our passion of history and architecture with our Point Loma community.”

Requa Lecture - Photo CG, IS, SD 4-6-16 copy
Susan Diamond, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty, Ione R. Stiegler, FAIA, IS Architecture, Carolyn Glasner, Pacific Sotheby’s International Realty

The lecture was led by Ione R. Stiegler, FAIA, Principal Architect for IS Architecture. Her office specializes in custom residential design with a unique expertise in historic restoration and the adaptive re-use of rare buildings. In recognition of her preservation skills, Ms. Stiegler was recently elevated to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects (FAIA)”an honor bestowed on only 2 percent of all AIA members.

The next lecture in the Point Loma Architectural Lecture Series will be held in Fall of 2016. For more information contact Carolyn Glasner, or Susan Diamond, or visit their website at


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