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When we can view houses from across the world in an instant, technology advances at a rapid pace and form making possibilities are almost infinite, does place really matter anymore? This lecture will explore timeless solutions and current technologies and the significant impact they can have on siting a house in the landscape A lecture by Jeremiah Eck
Jeremiah Eck FAIA
Jeremiah Eck is the founding partner of Eck|MacNeely Architects, a Boston based firm that over the past 35 years has completed a wide range of residential and academic projects. The firm has won numerous local and national awards and been published in over 350 newspapers and books. The work includes houses in 14 States and academic facilities comprising teaching, living, and administrative buildings. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, author, landscape painter, and former lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Design where he continues to offer Professional Development seminars. He has written numerous articles on design for a wide range of publications and also written three books “The Distinctive Home: A Vision of Timeless Design,” and “The Face of Home: A New Way to Look at the Outside of Your Home,” by Taunton Press (2003, 2006). His third book, “House in the Landscape: Siting Your Home Naturally,” by Princeton Architectural Press was published in late 2010. Jeremiah graduated from Colgate University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa and Columbia University where he received the AIA School Medal for Excellence. He was elected to the New England Design Hall of Fame in 2007 and in 2012 made an Exhibiting Member of the Providence Art Club, the second oldest art club in the United States.
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