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Master Architect Series VII

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Etablished in 1965, Hartman-Cox has continuously produced award-winning, imaginative and responsible design for institutional, educational and civic clients.

Its success is driven by its six partners, all of whom are actively engaged in the design and management of the projects in a highly collaborative environment. Hartman-Cox is particularly noted for its sensitivity and response to site and context, as well as its stylistic flexibility, which has consistently created buildings that are carefully tailored to their surroundings and their function.

The firm has won more than 110 design awards, including six American Institute of Architects honour awards and the American Institute of Architects firm award, the highest honour the AIA bestows on a firm for design. Over the years, the architecture of Washington DC has shaped the firm's work and, according to some, the firm has been instrumental in shaping contemporary Washington architecture.

The firm has now executed close to 25 major commissions in the downtown, CBD and federal government areas, many of which are featured in this new monograph.

Kevin Smith Library
New Law School, Tulane University
New Law School Library, University of Connecticut
Woldenberg Art Center
New Law School, Washington University
Concert Hall Renovation, John. F. Kennedy Center
Mary Gates Hall, University of Washington
New Student Center, St. Mary's College of Maryland
United States Courthouse
Courtyard Enclosure, Freer Gallery of Art
Lincoln Square
The Jefferson Library
Kennedy Center Competition
Lexington-Fayette County Courthouses
1875 K Street
Mount Vernon Place Master Plan
Visitors Screening Facility, Washington Monument
Renovation of the National Archives Building
The Albert and Shirley Small Special Collections Library
The Kennedy Warren Apartments South Wing Addition and Historic Building Renovation
Chrysler Museum Theatre Renovation
The Bowen Building
Divinity School Addition, Duke University
505 Ninth Street
Law School Addition, University of Alabama
The Donald W. Reynolds Center for American Art and Portraiture
McIntire School of Commerce, Rouse Hall Addition and Renovation
American Pharmacists Association
Denver Detention Facility
Morehead Planetarium & Science Center
Firm Profile
Essay - The View From the Drawing Board
Chronology of Selected and Current Works 1967-2009
Design Awards
Hartman-Cox Architects: Personnel List
Associates, Consultants & Collaborators
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ISBN: 9781920744618
ISBN-10: 1920744614
Series: Master Architect Series VII
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 256
Published: 1st June 2009
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 24.2 x 24.2  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 1.27
Edition Number: 1