architecture

UVA's Ruffin Gallery hosts opening for Berenika Boberska's "Fallow City Project"
Published on Feb 20th, 2010
0 comments Berenika Boberska, "Fallow City." The University of Virginia's Ruffin Gallery hosts a "Final Friday" opening reception for visiting artist and architect Berenika Boberska's installation, "Fallow...
UVA's Ruffin Gallery: Berenika Boberska's "Fallow City Project"
Published on Feb 20th, 2010
0 comments Berenika Boberska, "Fallow City." The University of Virginia's Ruffin Gallery presents visiting artist and architect Berenika Boberska's installation, "Fallow City Project," which proposes ways to...
UVA hosts symposium on "Jefferson, Palladio and Fine Arts in America"
Published on Nov 7th, 2009
0 comments The University of Virginia hosts a two-day symposium to examine topics related to the vision of Thomas Jefferson, the legacy of architect Andrea Palladio, and the development of architecture at the...
Christopher Counts Studio holds First Friday open house
Published on Oct 31st, 2009
0 comments Drawing by Christopher Counts. Christopher Counts, who is an adjunct professor in the Landscape Architecture Department at UVA, holds an open house at his downtown studio, where he will show a...
Ironclad art: Rust never sleeps at Les Yeux du Monde
Published on Oct 26th, 2009
1 comments The W.G. Clark-designed Les Yeux du Monde. On a recent autumn evening, as people mingled and sipped wine while admiring Dean Dass's paintings at Les Yeux du Monde's newly completed hilltop gallery,...
Preservation Piedmont presents Stanislaw Makielski-focused lecture, walking tour, and reception
Published on Oct 10th, 2009
0 comments Preston Court Apartments designed by Stanislaw Makielski Nonprofit organization Preservation Piedmont presents a lecture and walking tour by Richard Guy Wilson, who will introduce participants to...
Preservation Piedmont hosts self-guided House Tours
Published on Oct 10th, 2009
0 comments The nonprofit organization Preservation Piedmont hosts self-guided tours of 11 historic and contemporary buildings, beginning with the Woolen Mills Chapel, 1819 E, Market St. Purchase tickets in...
UVA Architecture School hosts Woltz Symposium on "Adaptive Infrastructure"
Published on Sep 26th, 2009
1 comments The University of Virginia School of Architecture hosts this year's Woltz Symposium, a multi-day exploration of  "Adaptive Infrastructure," featuring a slew of international urban planners and...
UVA Library's Harrison Institute: "From Village to Grounds: Architecture after Jefferson at the University of Virginia"
Published on Sep 13th, 2009
0 comments Front Elevation of Carr's Hill by architecture firm McKim, Mead & White. The University of Virginia Library's Harrison Institute presents "From Village to Grounds: Architecture after Jefferson...
Inside scoops
Published on Apr 4th, 2002
0 comments Without doubt, Thomas Jefferson is our most famous local architect. But Jefferson is not the only architect who contributed something grand to the Old Dominion’s building sense, and Central Virginia...
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