Date: Friday, September 9, 2011
Time: 6 to 7 pm cocktail reception. 7 pm lecture.
Glen A. Lloyd Auditorium
University of Chicago Law School
1111 East 60th Street, Chicago
$30 for FLWPT members and U of C alumni
$35 for non-members
Stanley Tigerman, FAIA is principal of Tigerman McCurry Architects along with his wife, Margaret McCurry. He received both his architectural degrees from Yale University.
Thinking into the Future: The Robie House Series on Architecture, Design and Ideas will engage leading international, national and Chicago voices in architecture, design and contemporary culture that point the direction to a bright and promising future for the next generation. This partnership program with the University of Chicago will begin with a lecture event in 2011 and include an architecture walk in 2012.
Designed in 1908, the Robie House is Frank Lloyd Wright’s most innovative Prairie style home, considered one of the ten most important architectural works of the 20th century.