Inspiring Architecture: Mid-Century Modern
Dates: May 4-18, 2020
Meets: 9:45 AM to 11:00 AM
Course Fee: $66.00
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Originating in Europe as a byproduct of WWII manufacturing and experimental technologies, Mid-Century Modern was a style created by a generation of architects whose avant-garde approach marked the beginning of a great era in the evolution of modern architecture and design. Examine the origins of this movement through the iconic work of four architects: Frank Lloyd Wright, Alvar Aalto, Louis Kahn and Eero Saarinen. See how each had a very personal and unique style which encompassed all aspects of design from building siting and furnishings to interior design. On a neighborhood walking tour, take a look at some local examples of the work of Kahn and Wright.
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|Course Fee (Basic)||Course Fee||$ 66.00|
William Gustafson FAIA, Senior Principal Ballinger Architects & Engineers
|05/04/2020||Monday||9:45 AM to 11 AM ||Creutzburg Center |
|05/11/2020||Monday||9:45 AM to 11 AM ||Creutzburg Center |
|05/18/2020||Monday||9:45 AM to 11 AM ||Creutzburg Center |