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Sailfish Club of Florida

GIMME SHELTER: An Architect’s View of Change & Permanence in Palm Beach and Beyond

Join us as we welcome Herb Newman, recipient of the Thomas Jefferson Lifetime Achievement Award for public architecture!

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GIMME SHELTER: An Architect’s View of Change & Permanence in Palm Beach and Beyond
GIMME SHELTER: An Architect’s View of Change & Permanence in Palm Beach and Beyond

Time & Location

Mar 10, 2022, 11:30 AM

Sailfish Club of Florida, 1338 N Lake Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480, USA

About the Event

Founder of Newman Architects, Herb Newman 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. His contributions and dedication to the city of New Haven, CT, helped to redefine the it in a post-industrial era, and have included the restored and expanded City Hall, award-winning restoration of Union Station, urban renewal projects such as Chapel Square Mall, Science Park and the Arts Center District, as well as numerous projects at Yale University

Herb 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 the firm 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.

Herb’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. He is a recipient of the Arts Council of Greater New Haven's Newton Schenk III Award for Lifetime Achievement in and Contribution to the Arts, recognizing his broad achievements in architecture. He has authored numerous articles and has served as a Visiting Critic, Juror, and Lecturer at Carnegie Mellon University, Harvard University, Columbia University, and the University of Tennessee.

Please note limited space available. Priority access for Coudert Institute 2022 Season Members. Telephone us at: 561-659-6161 to renew your membership and register for this event.

PLEASE NOTE THAT, FOR THE HEALTH SAFETY OF ALL, AT THIS TIME WE ARE REQUIRING ALL GUESTS TO WEAR A MASK AND TO PRESENT PROOF OF VACCINATION (AND A CURRENT ID) UPON ARRIVAL.

Tickets

  • Non-Member

    Non-Member ticket holders are invited to the event's full programming on March 10, including luncheon.

    $150.00
  • Coudert Institute Member

    This ticketing is for current 2022 Season Coudert Institute Members only. To renew your membership, please call: 561-659-6161.

    $0.00

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