13 March 2015

MCM Symposium in St. Louis

Mid-Century Modern Symposium in STLMO      April 14 - 16, 2015

As part of this symposium, John Guenther and Andrew Raimist will be leading bus tours of significant works of St. Louis Mid-Century Modern Architecture.

A few of the historic MCM buildings we'll be visiting on our bus tour.
This symposium will reveal the results of the “scratch test” done on the mysterious staining on the Gateway Arch as well as programs on mid-century modern preservation, materials, restoration, engineering,  modernism at risk, and the Gateway Arch and its evolving programmatic requirements; just a sampling of programs that all offer AIA HSW credits.

Flyer for the Mid-Century Modern Materials and Preservation Sympsium.

Among the speakers are Gunny Harboe, FAIA of Chicago; Bob Moore of NPS; Ann Dilcher of Quinn Evans Architects; Steve Kelley, FAIA; David Bright of Knoll, Inc. This is a remarkable conference, limited to 200 registrants. Tuesday night reception at Pointe 440 View (formerly known as the Pet Building), all ensuring a wonderful symposium.

To learn more and register, click HERE.

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