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10137
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Lea discusses the 2008 American Institute of Architects Triangle Design Awards, which were announced April 29.
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10826
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Henry Bacon, the notable architect who designed the Lincoln Memorial, also had deep roots in North Carolina. Having spent eight years of his childhood in Wilmington, Bacon returned to the area often during his lifetime, designing a number of homes for residents of Wilmington as well as several buildings in Linville, which the late Hugh MacRae began developing as a summer resort in 1891. Bacon died on February 16, 1924 and was buried in Wilmington.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 36 Issue 24, May 1969, p13, 18-19, il
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10959
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A meeting between Governor John Motley Morehead and New York architect Alexander Jackson Davis resulted in a remodeling of Blandwood, Morehead's home that was ahead of its time. Guilford College purchased the home in 1965, and currently the Greensboro Preservation Society proposes to purchase it for $200,000 and restore it.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 35 Issue 23, May 1968, p13, 31, il
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12091
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There are over one thousand architects practicing their profession in North Carolina. Some are single-member establishments while others are members of large concerns with scores of personnel. This article presents information on the state's architects and their work.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 40 Issue 6, June 1982, p15-16, 18, 19, il
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12363
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As the North Carolina chapter of the American Institute of Architects convened at their 44th annual meeting in Winston-Salem, a highlight of the program was the recognition of Tar Heel architectural firms for meritorious constructions during the past year. The noted firms were: J.N. Pease & Co., Clemmer and Horton, Lashmit and James, Jesse M. Page, Jr., and F. Carter Williams.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 25 Issue 22, Mar 1958, p38
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12517
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Three North Carolina architects received the highest award presented by the American Institute of Architects when they were named to the prestigious AIA College of Fellows. The three are Harvey B. Gantt, currently mayor of Charlotte, Edwin F. Harris of Raleigh, and Gerald Li of Charlotte.
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Grissett discusses the profession of architecture as it is practiced in North Carolina where 1,400 architects turn ideas into reality. Corporate Design and Realty Magazine lists six of the state's architectural firms in its annual ranking of the country's top 200 firms. The article includes a photo spread of prizewinning designs.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 45 Issue 5, May 1987, p16, 18-23, 51-52, il, por
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13016
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This article contains information on architects who won top prizes in the 1990 Design Awards presented by the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (NCAIA).
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 48 Issue 8, Aug 1990, p16-18, 20, il, por
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16539
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Ligon Broadus Flynn, the architect who laid the design template for modern coastal architecture in North Carolina, is characterized as an idealist and creator of humane space with deep connections to nature.
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To honor a lifetime of achievement in and for the profession and practice of landscape architecture, North Carolina State University (NCSU) has announced the Richard C. Bell Lecture Series. Bell himself gave the first lecture September 19, titled appropriately enough: "Bridge Building," that also refers to the title of the first volume in a series of autobiographical books published this year.
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Whiteville city school students had the opportunity to work closely with architects through a program called Architect-in-Schools. A sub-program of the National Endowment of the Arts Artist-in-Schools program, the Architects-in-Schools was co-sponsored by the North Carolina Arts Council and Whiteville City Schools Board of Education. Logistics of the program involve an architect or designer in the school system to coordinate with students and teachers on design projects.
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North Carolina Architect (NoCar NA 730 N8 N67x), Vol. 26 Issue 2, March; April 1979, p25-26, il
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23658
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Douglass Ellington (1886-1960) was a famous art deco artist who designed many of the buildings in Asheville. Green discusses Ellington's life and inspiration for his architectural masterpieces.
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34923
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This article details Gordon Johnson, a local Fayetteville architect. Johnson is responsible for various buildings around Fayetteville; notable works include the Cumberland County Courthouse, Cape Fear Botanical Garden Visitors Pavilion, and the Fayetteville Regional Airport.
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CityView (NoCar F 264.T3 W4), Vol. Issue , July/August 2017, p62-66, il, por Periodical Website
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The alternative form of architectural work showcased was corporate architecture. General reasons cited were stability and national trends in layoffs. A more specific reason was associated with a plum employment opportunity offered at East Carolina University. Examples of other alternative forms, cited on a recent AIA survey, were design firms not headed by a licensed architect and work in engineering.
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This article’s topic inspiration: Architect and Architecture Appreciation Week. Ways the profession and products were honored featured a kudos to an energy efficiency project implemented in Johnston County schools. Included as kudos was a Jefferson Memorial Designer award recipient receiving twice told recognition for his impact, John Russell Pope.
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