Classical Architecture: The Cutting Edge? | Allan Greenberg

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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