Frank Harmon, FAIA Speaks Thursday at the AthenaeumPosted Tuesday, April 11
As part of Virginia Architecture Week, architect Frank Harmon, FAIA will present a collection of thoughts and hand-drawn sketches that illustrate the value of looking closely at buildings and places.
Frank Harmon is an architect, educator and author of “Native Places.” He has designed sustainable modern buildings across the Southeast for 30 years. Founded in 1981, Frank Harmon Architect is a design studio of architects, designers and makers whose work engages pressing contemporary needs such as sustainability, placelessness and the restoration of cities and nature. A graduate of the Architectural Association in London, he is a Professor-in-Practice at the North Carolina State University College of Design. In 2013, he received the F. Carter Williams Gold Medal from the AIA North Carolina Chapter, the highest honor bestowed upon a North Carolina architect.
"Native Places" - A Presentation and Discussion on Travel Sketches is offered on Thursday, April 13
6:00p-8:30p, at the Athenaeum, 201 Prince Street, Alexandria, VA 22314. Admission to both the Athenaeum and lecture is free and the event is open to the public.
Co-sponsored by AIA Northern Virginia and the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association and supported by Sothebys Real Estate, this event is offered as part of Virginia Architecture Week.
Reservations are recommended.
Learn more about all our Architecture Week activities HERE.
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