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April 24th, 5:30 – 8:30 PM
Lewis Arts Complex, 122 Alexander Street, Princeton, NJ 08544
Pre-Program Dinner Reception: 5:30 PM at Cargot Brasserie, adjacent to the Arts Complex
Princeton Campus Plan Presentation: 7:00 PM in the Lewis Arts Complex Wallace Theater
Cost: AIA-CNJ Members $15.00, Non-Members $40.00
Please contact Sean Cuddahy, AIA, (609-791-7269) with any questions.
Seating is limited.
Please register by April 20, 2018, at https://aiacnj.starchapter.com
Princeton University has long taken pride in the beauty of its campus and the extent to which it supports the pursuit of its mission. University Architect, Ron McCoy, FAIA, will provide an overview of the new 2026 Campus Plan – describing the principles, process, and key elements that will serve as a framework for growth over the next decade and beyond.
The evening will begin with a light dinner at Cargot Brasserie, starting at 5:30 pm. At 6:45 pm everyone will be invited to walk next door to the Wallace Theater in the brand new Lewis Arts Complex, designed by Steven Holl, FAIA, where the main presentation will be given (1.5 AIA Continuing Education Credits).
Ron McCoy, appointed University Architect in August of 2008, recently led the effort to create the 2026 Campus Plan. He provides overall guidance for the planning, architecture, and landscape of the University. He was part of the facilities team that delivered dozens of major new projects envisioned as part of the 2016 Campus Plan. Prior to joining Princeton, Ron served as University Architect at Arizona State University, overseeing approximately 6 million square feet of new construction, including the creation of a new campus in downtown Phoenix. At ASU, he was also a professor and Director of the School of Architecture. He was elected to the AIA College of Fellows in 2007.
By Stacey Ruhle Kliesch, AIA, AIA NJ Advocacy Consultant | Posted in Architecture in NJ, Continuing Ed | Tagged: #AIACNJ, #AIACollegeofFellows, #ArizonaStateUniversity, #CargotBrasserie, #LewisArtsComplex, #PaulWarchol, #PrincetonUniversity, #RonMcCoyFAIA, #SeanCuddahyAIA, #StevenHollFAIA, #WallaceTheater, Princeton | Comments (0)
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