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Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Anthony Ames Architect:: Object-Type Landscapes Lecture

Please join us for the ANTHONY AMES ARCHITECT: OBJECT-TYPE LANDSCAPES Lecture, tomorrow at the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation Auditorium. Anthony Ames has been called one of Atlanta's most important residential architects, adding a modernist touch to the southern city's traditional landscape. His many design projects include the Orientation Center for the Atlanta Botanical Garden (1984) and the Fulton County Library in Alpharetta (1986). A graduate of both the Georgia Institute of Technology and Harvard University, Ames was awarded the Rome Prize in Architecture in 1983, the Architectural Record House Award for Hulse Pavilion in 1978 and the Progressive Architecture Design Citation for Garden Pavilion in 1982. Be sure to also visit the exhibit in the Kibel Gallery across from the Auditorium. {Will appear in FYI on Sep 13, 2011
Start Time:
6:15 PM
End Time:
7:00 PM
Auditorium 0204
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Christine Cestello Hinojosa School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation +1 301 405 6286

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