Tuesday, February 26, 2019 - 6:30pm
LOCATION: SF Design Center, 101 Henry Adams Street, Suite 424

2019 Education Series
Sponsored by Tucker & Marks and The Wiseman Group Interior Design

With Brier Tomlinson

Join us for an introduction to the five principle column types of classical architecture and their associated elements. This lecture provides an overview of the core canonical reference literature on the classical orders; discussion of the five major orders and their principal variants; a general introduction to the basic rules, measurements, and proportions used in the composition of the orders; and illustration of precedents in the use, expression and application of the orders both historically and in the present. Focusing on the orders in the context of architecture, the course also provides a useful context for design professionals and interested laypersons and is an excellent prequel for students who are inspired to continue their education with more in-depth study of the individual orders as offered by the Institute. All  designers welcome! AIA credits available.

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Tuesday, February 26th, 2019
6:30pm to 8:30pm
Please note the new location!
The San Francisco Design Center
101  Henry Adams Street
Suite 424 (next to Coupar Consulting)
Sandwiches, cookies and beverage complimentary
$40 ICAA Members & employees of Professional Member Firms
$60 for Non-Members
$20 for ICAA Emerging Professional & Student Members
$20 for Students (with valid student I.D.)

Brier Tomlinson is a licensed architect in California and holds a Masters degree in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. He spent fifteen years with the firm Innocenti & Webel in Locust Valley, NY, involved in design, documentation and illustration of projects in architecture, landscape architecture and planning. His experience has included residential, institutional and commercial projects. Since 2007 he has been with the design firm Tucker & Marks in San Francisco. He is a member of the Northern California Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art.

Special thanks to Coupar Consulting