Designing the Traditional Interior, with James S. Collins
Presented by the ICAA, North Carolina Chapter in Association with
AIA Asheville and the Preservation Society of Asheville
Thursday, May 12, 2016 • 2:00-4:15p
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
337 Charlotte St.
This course will introduce the fundamental philosophy and elements of traditional architecture and their interiors. Participants will learn the design principles that are common to the great buildings and interiors of the past. Topics will include learning the appropriate use and configuration of columns, cornices, mantle pieces, windows and doors.
Available Learning Credits: 2 HSW LU
About the Instructor:
James S. Collins is an architect, educator and historic preservationist. He has taught this class for the Southeast, Charlotte, Charleston, Chicago, New York and Philadelphia Chapters of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art. He wrote the introductory essay for the 2000 edition of the Monograph of the Work of Mellor, Meigs & Howe originally published in 1923. His firm’s projects have been featured in New Old House, Period Homes and Washington Life magazines and in A Decade of Art and Architecture. He practices in New York City and Greensboro, North Carolina.