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Classical Architecture: The Cutting Edge?

•October 21, 2014 • Leave a Comment

This year, Allan will be presenting Georgia Tech’s annual Academy of Medicine lecture, entitled Classical Architecture: The Cutting Edge?, which will be given in conjunction with the School of Architecture. The Academy of Medicine at Georgia Tech was originally housed in a beautiful classical building designed by Phillip Shutze. In the early 80s, with great effort by a group of doctors and their spouses, a board of directors was created to restore the building and keep it functioning. Not only did the board of directors wish to establish an annual lecture on bio-technology at the building, but also one on Classical architecture. We are pleased that some architecture schools are diversifying the dialogue on architecture to include Modern Classical architecture.  Click here for the Vimeo slideshow link.

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AGA Participates in Archtober: The Artful Campus

•October 7, 2014 • Leave a Comment

As part of this month’s Archtober, Senior Designer Thomas Noble, will teach a 2-day course on October 9th & 11th at the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, entitled The Artful Campus.  The course will explore the masterwork campus planning of McKim Mead & White’s Columbia University and Bronx Community College. An evening lecture on Thursday the 9th will then be followed by on-campus tours on Saturday the 11th.

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For more details, please contact the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art:   http://www.classicist.org/programs/courses/detail/the-artful-campus/

Course Description:

“The late 19th Century saw a reinvention of American architecture initiated by Henry Hobson Richardson and continued by his followers — foremost among them McKim, Mead, and White. One of the most striking components of this effort was the design of the college campus. It showed in microcosm this artful approach toward the city. The campus was seen first as an overall plan, then as individual structures, and finally as a system of infrastructure. New York City boasts two premier examples of this design approach by McKim, Mead, and White- Columbia University and the Bronx Community College.

This course will examine the larger context of these designs and examine them as case studies in one evening lecture session followed by guided tours of the campuses of Columbia University and Bronx Community College.”

 

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The above photos, by Thomas Noble,  in order of display:

 

Bronx Community College, New York, New York:

Gould Memorial Library, Hall of Fame Complex, (Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White : 1894 – 1899)

Hall of Fame Complex, (Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White : 1892 – 1912)

Hall of Fame Complex, (Stanford White of McKim, Mead and White : 1892 – 1912)

 

Columbia University, New York, New York:

Alma Mater, Daniel Chester French (Dedicated September 23, 1903).

Van Amringe Memorial, (McKim, Mead, and White 1918-22).

Vase at South Court and Terrace, (McKim, Mead, and White 1893-1898)

The Claremont Review of Books: A Living Tradition

•June 24, 2014 • Leave a Comment

The Claremont Review of Books just published a lovely review in their spring journal of our latest monograph Allan Greenberg: Classical Architect. Anthony Paletta writes a very well articulated piece which extends beyond our monograph itself, and delves into themes we have been working on over the past 40 years. Three wonderful illustrations by Elliot Banfield accompany the article. Please click here to find the pdf of the article, courtesy of the Claremont Review of Books: A Living Tradition.

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