2018 Classical Lecture Series: Creating Home, Design For Living

2018 Classical Lecture Series: Creating Home, Design For Living
Wednesday, April 11, 2018 - 6:30pm - 9:00pm

Classical Lecture Series, Lecture II
Keith Summerour

Lecture & Book Signing

Raised in Alabama and trained at Auburn University, architect Keith Summerour founded his Atlanta-based architectural firm, Summerour and Associates, in 1991.  Noted for both his ability to marry function with style and his affinity for classical architecture, Summerour has earned a roster of devoted clients throughout the country.  In addition to his residential work, Summerour has been tapped to design a number of resort projects, including Old Edwards Inn in Highlands, North Carolina and Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee, where he is currently working on Blackberry’s much buzzed-about five-star restaurant, Top of the Farm, which is slated to break ground this year.

A member of the Board of Trustees of the Florence Academy of Art in Florence, Italy, Summerour and his work have been featured in such publications as Veranda, Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, and Garden & Gun.  Additionally, he was recently bestowed with the prestigious Shutze Award, which is given by the Southeast Chapter of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art in recognition of excellence in architecture.  Creating Home, Design For Living profiles some of Summerour’s more recent residential work, including houses located in Atlanta, Greenwich, and Knoxville, as well as the architect’s own country retreat, a seventy-five-feet-high stone tower located in rural Georgia. 

This event is generously hosted by PERFEC Hardwood Floors
Address: Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave, Showroom G299, West Hollywood, CA  90069

This is the second lecture of the 2018 the Classical Lecture Series.  The Series will also include:
September 13, Steven Semes, Another Rome: Architecture and Urbanism in the Eternal City 1918-1942
October 24, Thomas Kligerman, Mining American Architecture: The Roots of a New American Style
November 7, Janice Parker,Historical Preservation in Landscape Architecture

Free for 2018 Classical Lecture Series Pass Holders
Lecture Series Pass: $150 - ICAA Members; $200 - General Public
Individual Lecture Ticket: $30 - ICAA Members; $45 - General Public


The 2018 Classical Lecture Series is made possible by the generous support from:

Event Sponsors
Appleton Partners
Gordon Gibson Construction
MG Partners
The Nanz Company

Education Sponsor
Kitchell Custom Homes
Richard Holz, Inc.
Shawn Nelson Builders
Vanwert Technology Design


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