August 23, 2019

Color in Architecture: Centerbrook Architects Lecture Series

Color in Architecture - Centerbrook Architects Lecture Series, Friday April 1, 7 p.m.

Award-winning architect Bill Grover, F.A.I.A., presents a brilliantly illustrated talk on “Color in Architecture” in all its glorious shades and applications, presented by the Essex Library as part of the Centerbrook Architects Lecture Series at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 1 at the Essex Meadows Auditorium.   

Mr. Grover is a founding partner of Centerbrook Architects and now partner emeritus, and his portfolio includes more than 45 projects at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in New York under the directorship of Nobel Laureate Dr. James D. Watson. Mr. Grover has also been the architect for houses, academic buildings, and research and teaching laboratories for clients such as the Institute of Ecosystem Studies, Neurogen, Alexion, Vion, Dekalb, and Phillips Exeter Academy. In 1984 he was invested into the College of Fellows of the American Institute of Architects. In addition to architecture he also practices at painting watercolors, sailboat racing, and playing jazz on the cornet. 

Admission is free and open to all; please register by calling the Essex Library at (860) 767-1560.

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