August 27, 2020 @ 5:00PM — 6:00PM
Panel discussion with Hans Herrmann, AIA, Robert Ivy, FAIA and George Smart
The Unbuilt Crosby Arboretum and the Legacy of E. Fay Jones
This virtual discussion will explore the work by Hans Herrmann, AIA and students to create physical and virtual reality models of four unrealized E. Fay Jones buildings at the Crosby Arboretum, buildings intended to accompany the iconic Pinecote Pavilion completed in 1985.
The Unbuilt Crosby Arboretum is the only known E. Fay Jones multi-building composition/campus. Robert Ivy, FAIA, AIA CEO and biographer on E. Fay Jones, will highlight how Jones’ work is deeply rooted to place and nature. Jones received the AIA Gold Medal in 1990, the Institute’s highest honor.
Tickets to the panel are free; $15 tickets will permit additional entry into a giveaway for various prizes!
This course is available for AIA Continuing Ed (1 LU); please provide AIA Member # upon signup.
Panelists: Hans Herrmann, AIA and Robert Ivy, FAIA
Hans C. Herrmann, AIA, LEED Green Assoc., NCARB, Associate Professor of Architecture at Mississippi State University focused on teaching and research issues in the area of Beginning level and Integrative Design Education with a special interest in building technologies taught via full-scale built applications. His award winning applied scholarship in the areas of design education pedagogy, community-engaged design|build learning, and the design interface of architecture and landscape architecture has been widely published and exhibited.
Robert A. Ivy, FAIA, has been Executive Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) since 2011. Prior to joining the AIA, Ivy served as longtime Vice President, Editorial Director, and Editor-in-Chief of McGraw-Hill’s Architectural Record, and he is the author of the book, Fay Jones: Architect, as well as more than 150 editorials and major stories on topics ranging from the role of monuments and memorials in contemporary society, to critical appreciations of contemporary trends.
Moderator: George Smart
George Smart is the founder of the nonprofit educational architecture archive USModernist.org and host of the long-running USModernist Radio podcast. With over 3 million pages of design magazines and profiles on 80 important architects and 7,500 iconic houses, USModernist.org is a rabbit hole that architecture and design fans love falling into.
Cover photo copyright Tim Hursley.