On The Work Of Charlottesville Architect Eugene Bradbury At The
University Of Virginia April 10
April 1, 2002--
Bluestone, U.Va. associate professor of architectural history
Lecture: "The Nature of Place: Eugene Bradburys
April 10, 6:30 p.m.
WHERE: Campbell Hall, Room 158
Bluestone, associate professor of architectural history at the University
of Virginia School of Architecture, will give a lecture on the work
of Charlottesville architect Eugene Bradbury. Bluestones lecture,
"The Nature of Place: Eugene Bradburys Charlottesville
Architecture 1907-25," will be at 6:30 p.m. on April 10 in
Campbell Hall, Room 158.
the first quarter of the 20th century, Charlottesville architect
Eugene Bradbury designed notable residential and town structures
that remain important to the areas architectural fabric. His
work has been characterized by architectural historians as Colonial
revival, neo-Jeffersonian or Greek Revival and includes the Kearney
House on Lewis Mountain, St. Pauls Memorial Church on University
Avenue, and the Entrance Building which is occupied by the U.Va
Womens Center. His formal historical architectural expression
is most engaging in his residential designs, where he skillfully
related the design to the local topology and geology.
Jane Ford, (434) 924-4298