The five-star panel will discuss the emerging interest in the Brutalist movement, its buildings, and the need to preserve such structures.
This 1923 building was the first office of the Coral Gables Construction Company–George Merrick’s company. This building precedes Coral Gables City Hall. Denman Fink oversaw construction.
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The Coral Gables Public Safety Building is of new world Brutalist design rare among a plethora of old world architecture in a city founded in the early 1920s.
The widely admired design historian and New York gallery owner Emily Evans Eerdmans was invited by Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables
Eminent design historian Emily Evans Eerdmans will present on the Parisian interior design legend Henri Samuel.
The 1970’s brutalist design of the building at 2801 Salzedo Street is an important architectural style typical of the era.
The by-invitation-only event was at the elegant home of Coral Gables residents and HPACG members Elizabeth and Filippo Ghia.
Historic Preservation Association of Coral Gables (HPACG) elected its 2018 Board of Directors at the organization’s recent annual meeting. Executive officers include: President Karelia Martinez Carbonell and Secretary Mary Anne Danguillecourt. Two new board members join the Board—Pat Button and Ira Shapiro.