Garrison To Speak At U.Va. School Of Architecture
January 22, 2004 --
WHO: James Garrison, founder of Garrison Architects, New York
Lecture, “Garrison Architects: Current Work”
Friday, Feb. 6, 5 p.m.
Campbell Hall, Room 153
exhibit of Garrison’s work will
be featured Wednesday, Feb. 4, through Sunday, March 1, in
Elmaleh Gallery, Campbell Hall.
and educator James Garrison will present a public
lecture at the University of Virginia’s School
of Architecture Friday, Feb. 6, in Campbell Hall, Room
He will discuss his work sponsored
by the U.S. General Services Administration.
founded Garrison Architects in 1991. From 1977 to 1990,
he was a partner with Polshek and Partners where
in the design of many award-winning buildings, including
500 Park Avenue and the Washington Court apartments
in New York.
Architects is currently at work on diverse residential and institutional
projects such as the
School of Architecture; a new U.S. Border Patrol
Station in Murrieta,
Calif.; and the renovation of the U.S. Embassy in Morocco.
Derry Wade, (434) 982-2921