Dean Hunt to Talk About Wright's Fallingwater
Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA, Dean of Marywood's School of Architecture, will be the first to speak at Pages & Places at Anthology's first monthly arts event. Hunt will present Home and Place: Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater this Thursday, May 12 between 6:00 and 9:00pm. Pages & Places is located in Outrageous at 515 Center Street in Scranton.
Fallingwater is the name of a very special house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright that is built over a waterfall. Frank Lloyd Wright, America's most famous architect, designed the house for his clients, the Kaufmann family. Fallingwater was built between 1936 and 1939 and instantly became famous. Today it is a National Historic Landmark. It is a house that doesn't even appear to stand on solid ground, but instead stretches out over a 30' waterfall. It captured everyone's imagination when it was on the cover of Time magazine in 1938.
About Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA:
Gregory K. Hunt, FAIA, is the Founding Dean of the School of Architecture at Marywood University - the first school of architecture established in Northeastern Pennsylvania. He was Vice Chairman and Director of Design 2003-2009 at Leo A Daly, an international planning, architecture, engineering and interior design firm. He was an architectural educator for 25 years at Virginia Tech and The Catholic University of America, serving as Dean of the School of Architecture and Planning at CUA 1996-2003. He was elected to the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects in 2000 in recognition of his contributions and service to education and the profession. He was named the 2009 William C. Noland Medalist by the Virginia Society AIA, the highest honor bestowed upon a member.