The Georgia School of Technology, as it was known from its founding in 1885, formally began teaching architecture in 1908. In 2008, the centennial was commemorated by a year long series of lectures and discussions with distinguished College of Architecture alumni.

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  • Transforming Urbanism: a Search for a More Thoughtful Architecture 

    Cooper, Jerome M. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-04-01)
    Distinguished alumnus Jerome M. Cooper (BS Arch 1952, B Arch 1955) will discuss his journey, from the questions learned in school to making cities.
  • Transforming Urbanism 

    Leary, Brian; Gravel, Ryan Austin; Cover, Steven Ralph; Green, David; McKinney, Edward; Begle, Robert John (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-03-04)
    While Georgia Tech grads have been shaping the buildings of Atlanta since the early 20th century, the College’s significant impact on urban design in metro Atlanta is a more recent phenomenon. Atlantic Station and the ...
  • The Future of the Firm: Centennial Lecture 

    Housworth, Marvin C.; Wittschiebe, Janice; Cantley, Kevin; Bolton, Niles G.; Harrison, William H.; Baydar, Bulent; Reynolds, Cannon; Heery, George; Goodman, David W.; Barron, Susan Lineberry; Mosley, Kahlillah Dotson; Dunham-Jones, Ellen (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-21)
    Founders of some of Atlanta’s best firms shared the stage with a younger practitioner in their firm for a dialogue about past and future. Panel featured KPS Group/Richard Wittschiebe Hand/Cooper Carry/Niles Bolton ...
  • Manuel Cadrecha 

    Cadrecha, Manuel (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-01-07)
    Manuel Cadrecha (Arch 1977) is an expert in corporate, commercial and civic architecture. As a Design Principal at Perkins + Will with over two decades of experience, Manuel’s creative solutions have been recognized with ...
  • Libero Andreotti 

    Andreotti, Libero (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-03-25)
    Libero Andreotti, PhD (Arch 1980; M Arch 1982)is Professor of Architecture and Resident Director of the Georgia Tech Paris Program. He holds a Ph.D. in Architectural History, Theory, and Criticism from MIT. His main areas ...
  • Residential work 

    Ames, Anthony (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09-24)
    Anthony Ames is best known for Hulse House in Ansley Park (1984), and his local public commissions include the Orientation Center for the Atlanta Botanical Garden (1984) and the Fulton County Library in Alpharetta (1986). ...
  • 100 Years of Architectural Education at Georgia Tech 

    Dowling, Elizabeth M.; Craig, Robert M.; Johnston, George B.; Balfour, Alan (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-02-18)
    Panel discussion on the history of Georgia Institute of Technology College of Architecture. Panelists: Elizabeth M. Dowling, B ARCH 1971; Robert M. Craig; George B. Johnston; Alan Balfour.
  • Harold Pinter, Ortega y Gasset and Other Rolling Stones 

    Wolf, Harry C., III (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2009-02-04)
    Distinguished 1958 alumnus Harry C. Wolf, III presented a lecture entitled "Harold Pinter, Ortega y Gasset and Other Rolling Stones." Harry Wolf founded his architectural practice in 1966 in Charlotte, N.C. In 1988, he ...
  • Design of the National September 11th Memorial at the World Trade Center 

    Arad, Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-11-12)
    Michael Arad (M Arch 1999), designer of the World Trade Center Memorial in New York, delivered a talk as part of the Architecture Centennial Lecture Series.
  • Through Many Hands 

    Ventulett, Thomas W.; Neuenschwander, Roger L.; Hoover, Ray C., III (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-11-05)
  • The Geological Diagrams of Buckminster Fuller 

    Hays, K. Michael (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-29)
    K. Michael Hays (Arch 1976) presented drawings and models from the Buckminster Fuller archive that demonstrate his understanding of the geometrical foundation of natural and designed phenomena.
  • William J. Stanley III ; Ivenue Love-Stanley 

    Stanley, William J.; Love-Stanley, Ivenue (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-10-15)
    Husband and wife architecture alums William J. Stanley III (Arch 1972) and Ivenue Love-Stanley (Arch 1977) broke new ground for African American architects in the South, with notable works such as Horizon Sanctuary of the ...
  • Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam: Architecture Centennial Lecture 

    Scogin, Mack; Elam, Merrill (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-09-10)
    Merrill Elam, AIA (Arch 1971) and Mack Scogin, AIA (Arch 1967) delivered a talk as part of the Architecture Centennial Lecture Series. The Atlanta-based, husband and wife team of Mack Scogin and Merrill Elam are known ...
  • John C. Portman 

    Portman, John Calvin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2008-08-27)
    John Portman, FAIA(Arch 1950) delivered the first in a series of lectures and events celebrating 100 years of architectural education at Georgia Tech. Atlanta is hometown to John Portman, architect, developer, business ...