Monday, February 8, 2010

Taste of Shutze at Emory

I took nearly 100 pictures at Emory University, home of several Philip Shutze designs. Well, "designs" is an understatement. I hope to blog about each of them. Here are some hints:

The Haygood Hopkins Gate (1937)
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Rich Memorial Building (1946)
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Harris Hall (1929)
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Emory University Hospital
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The KA House
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The Chi Phi house (now ZBT)
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Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church (1931)
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I'm going to the 2010 Philip Trammell Shutze Awards on February 20th in Atlanta You should too. In the run up to the awards I'm doing a batch of posts about Shutze in my "neighborhood." Let me know if you can make it.

Thanks,
Terry
terry @ surf303.com

2 comments:

  1. Beautiful, Terry. I'm especially liking that blue sky!

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