Herald Tribune: September 14, 2016

September 20th, 2016

CFAS program focuses on public architecture

Architecture is the most public of art forms, not requiring a visit to a museum or gallery. It’s right there in front of you as you live your life.

It is fitting, then, that the Center for Architecture Sarasota will focus on design in the public space for its annual Architecture and Design Month.

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Herald Tribune: April 6, 2016

April 12th, 2016

Sarasota architecture firm uses refrigerator doors to tell stories of success

One of America’s favorite media for storytelling ? the refrigerator door ? will be Sarasota’s calling card at this year’s 15th International Architecture Exhibition, also known as the Biennale Architettura, in Venice, Italy.

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Herald Tribune: March 28, 2016

March 28th, 2016

Center for Architecture sets The Modern Show for May 13-14

The Center for Architecture Sarasota will hold a fundraiser called The Modern Show on May 13-14.

The event will feature donated 20th century modern furniture — used but in good condition — for sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14, at the McCulloch Pavilion, 265 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota. Admission is free.
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Herald Tribune: January 8, 2016

January 8th, 2016

Architecture students show off their talent

The Center for Architecture Sarasota is living up to its promise to display compelling exhibits in its Don Chapell Gallery.

Not even a year old, the gallery has held exhibits on the work of architects Joe Farrell, Toshiko Mori and Guy Peterson.

In advance of its exhibit on the work of acclaimed landscape architect Dan Kiley, CFAS is showing the projects created by the first class of six architecture students at UF CityLab. The University of Florida’s masters of architecture program shares the McCulloch Pavilion, 265 S. Orange Ave., Sarasota, with CFAS.

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Tropic Magazine: November 2015

November 4th, 2015

Dialogue in Details

Rarely do you find the works of architectural master Frank Lloyd Wright, Paul Rudolph, Marcel Breuer, Mies van der Rohe, and Philip Johnson alongside one another in the same exhibit, yet architect Toshiko Mori represents them beautifully in her latest show “Dialogue in Details.” Here, the internationally acclaimed architect isolates details – wall sections – from each architect’s work and presents them at half scale, showing a parallel dialogue between each piece. Mori’s exhibit was first presented at the Biennale di Venezia in Venice, Italy, and is now showing at the Center For Architecture in Sarasota through December 15. //Read More

Herald Tribune: October 24, 2015

October 24th, 2015

Glory days for architectural groups

First, the Center for Architecture Sarasota completed its $500,000 renovation of the 1960 Scott Building on Orange Avenue, and is sharing the award-winning structure, renamed for lead benefactor Nathalie McCulloch, with the University of Florida’s CityLab master’s degree program and the local office of the American Institute of Architects. //Read More

Herald Tribune: October 18, 2015

October 18th, 2015

Rare look at a North Casey Key compound with architectural pedigree

The Center for Architecture Sarasota held a tour Saturday at the Burkhardt-Cohen compound on private North Casey Key Road as part of its Architecture and Design Month schedule. //Read More

SRQ Daily: October 13, 2015

October 13th, 2015

Story Project Spotlight: Toshiko Mori Lecture and Reception

The October Celebration of Architecture and Design continues at Center for Architecture, as we present programs to educate and inspire our community about the significant value that good design brings to our lives. This weekend internationally-known architect and Harvard Graduate School of Design Professor Toshiko Mori joins us for a Reception and Lecture on Friday, October 16, 5 to 7:30 pm at the Center. On Saturday from 11am to 2 pm, she will guide a tour through the Burkhardt/Cohen house on Casey Key that she was asked to enhance with two additional buildings. Ms. Mori’s exhibit, Dialogue in Details, officially opened on October 1 will be on view in the Gallery through December 15. This unique exhibit, originally designed by invitation for the international arts exhibition Venice Biennale, highlights architectural elements of her work that she was asked to design alongside the work of Paul Rudolph, Frank Lloyd Wright, Philip Johnson, and Mies van der Rohe. To attend the lecture and/or the tour, registration is required as space is limited. For more information and to register, please see CFASRQ.ORG. The exhibit is free of charge and open to the public Tues, Thurs, Fri: Noon to 5pm, Wed: Noon to 8pm and Sat: 10am to 2 pm. The Center is located in the McCulloch Pavilion at 265 S. Orange Ave. //Read More

SRQ Daily: October 12, 2015

October 12th, 2015

Business Q&A: Architecture – Toshiko Mori Speaking at CFAS

Harvard professor and world-class architect Toshiko Mori will be in Sarasota for a special lecture Friday at the Center for Architecture Sarasota. Tickets cost $25 for CFAS members and $30 for non-members; students attend free. In advance of the event, SRQ Daily spoke with Mori about what people can expect. //Read More

SRQ Daily: October 8, 2015

October 8th, 2015

SRQ Story Project Spotlight: Walking Tour of Sarasota Architecture 

At Center for Architecture, October is Architecture and Design Month ? a month-long celebration of our built environment designed to educate and inspire our community about the importance of thoughtful planning and building. A highlight of the month is internationally-renowned architect Toshiko Mori’s exhibit ?Dialogue in Details? on display at the Center and her lecture and house tour on October 16 and 17.

This weekend we bring the conversation closer to home with a very special tour. Celebrating some of Sarasota’s important historical buildings in and around the Center’s own neighborhood, “Walking Through 130 Years of Architecture” will lead guests to some of Sarasota’s most iconic architecture. Local historian John McCarthy has been leading historic tours in Sarasota since 1982, and on Saturday, October 10 from 9 to 11 AM he will lead us on a tour around the Center. John will share his diverse knowledge of local history, architecture and urban planning in this historically-rich neighborhood that will take us from the pioneer era to the present day. This is the kind of tour that will change your perspective on Sarasota’s heritage and our architectural legacy. Attendance is limited and comfortable shoes are suggested. //Read More

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