Latest Explore History Event at the Duke Mansion

The ICA&A – North Carolina Chapter co-sponsored a Rosalie Reynolds Explore History! event at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte on April 22nd, 2018. The topic was “Renovating the Carolina Theater and Federal Courthouse”. Glenn Johnson, AIA, DLR Group, presented the renovation work on the Carolina Theater in Charlotte, and Victor Jones, Jr., AIA, Jenkins Peer Architects, presented […]

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Partners in Design: Frederic Church, Calvert Vaux and the Making of Olana with Sean Sawyer

via http://reynoldahouse.org/calendar/event/partners-in-design-frederic-church-calvert-vaux-and-the-making-of-olana-with-sean   Date: Thu, May 03, 2018 Time: 5:30pm LOCATION: Reynolda House Museum of American Art COST: Members/students $10, non-members $25 (includes reception and Museum admission). Buy Tickets   Frederic Church, America’s first international art star, returned from his travels through the Near East in 1869 filled with inspiration for the great house that he planned to […]

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MESDA Design Seminar: A Place to Call Home

via http://mesda.org/program/mesda-design-seminar/   May 4-5, 2018Winston-Salem, NC P. Allen Smith Gil Schafer James Carter Three legendary American designers will come together to provide inspiration and share ideas about what’s chic in Southern design. Join P. Allen Smith, Gil Schafer, and James Carter for a day-long exploration of interior, architectural, garden, and landscape design in the today’s […]

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EVENT: “Saving and Remembering Charlotte’s Architectural Treasures”

The ICA&A – North Carolina Chapter co-sponsored a Rosalie Reynolds Explore History! event at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte on March 18th, 2018. The topic was “Saving and Remembering Charlotte’s Architectural Treasures”, presented by Charlotte attorney and historian David Erdman. Mr. Erdman shared insights and images of architectural treasures of old Charlotte while emphasizing the […]

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KOETTER MILLWORK PRESENTATION PHOTOS!

Saturday, February 3, 2018, folks gathered at the Duke Mansion in Charlotte for presentations and discussions on architectural millwork. All photos by Phil Goodwin. First Session A well-designed architectural millwork package adds value to your home and increases the health and well-being of the people living there. We discussed the many components and challenges that can […]

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Using Architectural Millwork to Create Inspiring Interiors – “Think Twice, Cut Once”

  WHEN Saturday, February 3 8:30 AM – 9:00 AM Breakfast/Registration 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM Presentations/Discussions 12:00PM – Lunch following Presentations   WHERE The Duke Mansion 400 Hermitage Road Charlotte, NC 28207   First Session A well-designed architectural millwork package adds value to your home and increases the health and well-being of the people […]

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