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A Discussion on Architecture Styles (Winter 2015 Course)
February 23, 2015 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
4.0 AIA CES LUs available
Winter 2015 Course at Howard Community College
Mondays 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m., Feb. 23 and Mar. 2
$59.00 (including $40 in fees)
REGISTER ONLINE AT http://coned.howardcc.edu/Courses/lifestyle_and_leisure/history_culture.html
Architecture of American Buildings with a Baltimore Perspective
Discover the styles of American buildings, with a Baltimore perspective, from colonial times to the modern era. This course will feature many examples from the Classical 1821 Catholic Cathedral to the Charles Center high rises of the Mid-Century Modern movement. Architect Robert Gisriel, AIA, will be your pictorial guide, describing the historical events, new technology and visual features that define these various styles.
About the Instructor
Robert R. Gisriel, AIA, is a Baltimore native, a graduate of the Boys Latin School and attended the Maryland Institute of Art (MICA). He graduated in 1978 from the Philadelphia College of Art with a B.S. in Architecture. After working for a number of architectural firms in Baltimore during the 1980s, he became a licensed architect in 1992. Bob has run his own architectural design firm since, and has extensive experience in renovations and sustainable design.
In 1982, Bob became a “Homesteader” in Federal Hill by renovating a rowhouse purchased from the city. An active member of local neighborhood and professional organizations, Bob has received numerous preservation awards from Baltimore Heritage and Federal Hill Main Streets.