- Category: Chapter Meetings
Join AIA Columbus for our June Chapter Meeting, the last one for the summer, on June 14, 2012. Our speaker, Lawrence Speck, FAIA, from the University of Texas at Austin School of Architecture, will speak about connecting with Emerging Professionals, defining the value of good design, and the architect's role in creating a sustainable physical environment.
THURSDAY, June 14, 2012
Reception 5:00 PM
Presentation 6:00 PM
The Center for Architecture + Design
380 East Broad Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Free to AIA Members and Students with valid ID; $20.00 for non-AIA members.
Register Here, or call 614.469.1973 to reserve a space today!
Larry Speck, FAIA, is a principal with Page Sutherland Page Architects. His professional work includes such Texas landmarks as Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Austin Convention Center (both phases) and the architecture for Discovery Green, a twelve-acre park in downtown Houston. Over the last 25 years, his design work has won 40 national design awards, 23 state or regional design awards, and 51 local design awards.
As well as being a prolific designer and builder, Larry has also contributed significantly to the development of ideas and direction in his field. He has authored three books and has edited or co-edited four publications. He has contributed chapters in eleven books by others, and has written over 50 articles in professional journals including Architecture, Urban Land, L'Architecture d'Aujourd'hui, and Architecture Australia.
Larry's work has been profiled in popular publications such as The Atlantic, The New York Times, and Business Week, in American architectural publications such as Architectural Record, Architecture, Architectural Digest, Architect, Interior Design, Contract and Progressive Architecture, and in international architectural journals such as The Architectural Review (England), OFX (Italy), Design Community (China), Baumeister (Germany), Projeto (Brazil), Tasarim (Turkey), Ottagano (Italy), Nikkei Construction (Japan) and Architectural Digest (England).
From 1992 to 2001, Larry was the Dean of Architecture at University of Texas at Austin, where he continues to serve on the faculty. He is a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects and served as chair of the jury to select fellows in 2005. He has also served on the Architectural Advisory Board for the US State Department Overseas Building Operations, as a National Peer Reviewer for the US General Services Administration Design Excellence Program, and on the boards of national environmental groups such as Greenguard Environmental Institute and Air Quality Sciences. He is the 2011 recipient of the ACSA/AIA Topaz Medallion given to one individual in North America each year in recognition of their contribution to excellence in architectural education.