The Golden Age with Erik Evens

Please join us in welcoming Erik Evens, and his lecture on The Golden Age. The Golden Age is a celebration through photography of the Golden Age of American Yachting, 1880-1960. This talk focuses on the parallels between the great yachts and the great architecture of the era, and the personalities behind them, from the Vanderbilts to the Kennedys. At the heart of “The Golden Age” is an examination of the nature and importance of grand traditions in architecture, naval and terrestrial.

Erik Evens is a lifelong resident of California, born and raised in Los Angeles. He is the Principal of Evens Architects, a boutique design studio operating under the aegis of the KAA Design Group, focused exclusively on classical and traditional residential design. Erik is a Fellow of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art.  He is a founding member and two-time former president of the Southern California Chapter of the ICAA.

On behalf of the ICAA, Erik has taught the elements and rationale of the classical language of architecture to hundreds of students all over the United States.

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July 18 @ 6:00 pm
6:00 pm — 8:00 pm (2h)

912 N La Cienega, Carlisle Wide Plank Floors

Erik Evens