ICAA Philadelphia Chapter
September 27, 2014
ICAA Philadelphia Chapter President Barbara Eberlein introduces the day.
Clem Labine discusses HHR’s dream of classicism in the civic realm.
Catesby Leigh examines HHR’s role as a visionary who reconnected us with a lost body of knowledge, paving the way for today’s classicism as a form of counter-culture.
Al Holm discusses the career-defining impact of “The Golden City,” and its vision for the highest attainment of a broader traditional culture.
Milton Grenfell discusses HHR’s book “The American Skyline.”
Francis Morrone explains how HHR’s architectural walking tours of NYC built a constituency for preservation.
Morning discussion panel
Richard Sammons shares his memories of HHR.
David Brussat discusses HHR’s optimism that public opinion would eventually swing in favor of classicism in the civil realm.
Howard Segermark discusses the role of the National Civic Arts Society and its mission to provide policymakers reliable information on classical architecture.
Robert Baird discusses the importance of learning to draw as “learning how to see in a different way.”
Richard Cameron sees HHR’s legacy as not just preservation, but a guideline for how to build, and rebuild, our cities.
Afternoon discussion panel