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Allan Greenberg; Foreword by Carolyne Roehm
LECTURE & BOOK SIGNING
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2013
Free event, though reservations are recommended.
The first American to be awarded the Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Classical Architecture, Allan Greenberg has drawn on a vast knowledge of ancient styles in the design of his renowned list of projects -- from a hillside house in New England, a private library in Massachusetts, to the complete transformation of Princeton University’s Aaron Burr Hall, and the brilliant façade seen at Bergdorf Goodman on New York’s Fifth Avenue by thousands every day.
This long-awaited monograph is a retrospective survey of Greenberg’s esteemed career, showcasing the private houses, apartments, university and civic buildings that demonstrate his lifelong commitment to antiquity, artistic integrity, and decorative expression.
Join Greenberg at this event as he discusses why he became a classical architect and why classical architecture is able to solve problems that appear to defeat designers today.
Hardcover. 300 pages.
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