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Through exploring the amazing houses of the Hamptons – attendees will travel through a window to the past to see how people lived and how they related to architecture. Mr. Lawrance will give an illustrated view into the great summer resort homes that made the Hamptons one of the premier examples of glamour, luxury and architectural achievement. Houses to be discussed include: Wooldon Manor; Black Point, Bayberry Land, The du Ponts’ Chestertown House, Red Maples, and The Orchard, one of Stanford White’s last great commissions.
Developing the ability to address a client’s needs through creating architecture that enhances end users’ sense of comfort and well-being is as necessary today as it was 100 years ago.
Health, Safety and Welfare
1. Master the art of being sensitive to a client’s needs and responding through the creation of designs that enhances end users sense of comfort and well-being
2. Understand the styles and overall planning concepts that were developed in the process of satisfying client’s needs and desires
3. Describe the design elements of the homes and gardens of the Hamptons and how they satisfied the needs of their clients
4. Learn how to design organic projects, where the landscape is married to the architecture which results in environmentally friendly buildings that enhance end users’ satisfaction
Gary Lawrance, Lawrance Architectural Presentations
DPC Continuing Education, Inc.