May 10: D.C. modernist to speak at Odegard
Architect Travis Price, author of the book The Archaeology of Tomorrow, will speak at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 10 at Odegard, 210 North Second St., Minneapolis.
Price, a Washington, D.C. modernist, was one of the early adopters of green architecture. He designed headquarters for the Tennessee Valley Authority, placed a wind machine in Manhattan and joined the Carter administration as an alternative energy consultant in the 1970s.
Archaeology News says Price doesn't endorse every "sustainable" project: "He’s sharply critical of architects who cloak otherwise wasteful and inefficient designs in eco-friendly garb -- lumber-guzzling log cabins, for instance -- as well as well-meaning greenies who turn out boring, derivative structures."
Today's archidose #976 - Here are some of my photos of The Frank Lloyd Wright House in Ebsworth Park (FLWHEP). The Usonian house in Kirkwood, Missouri, was designed by Frank Lloyd ...