GIMME SHELTER: An Architect’s View of Change and Permanence in Palm Beach and Beyond
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About the Event
Herbert Newman's leadership and design accomplishments have been widely acknowledged. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects; he earned the AIA’s Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Architecture, as well as five national AIA awards and more than 20 Connecticut AIA awards.
Founder of Newman Architects, Herb has guided a collaborative process of innovative inquiry and design in master planning, urban design, and architecture within the firm and the profession for more than 50 years. He began his career as an architectural designer with I.M. Pei and Partners in New York, working on international projects including Place Ville Marie in Montreal, Canada. He established Newman Architects in New Haven in 1964, and began teaching at the Yale School of Architecture as a design critic. With Charles Moore and Kent Bloomer, he initiated the Yale School of Architecture Building Project, a cornerstone of the graduate architecture program. He continues to serve as a design critic and project coordinator.
We are delighted to welcome Herb to our Speaker Series where, in this program, he will share an architect’s view of change and permanence... in Palm Beach and beyond.
There will be a Members Only Cocktail Reception at Villa dei Fiori the evening before so members can meet the speaker
- MEMBER - REMOTE ATTENDANCE$0$00$0
- NON-MEMBER REMOTE ATTENDANCE$40$400$0