AIA Central PA Spring Virtual Lecture

We are proud to share the first ever AIA Central PA Spring Virtual Lecture, hosted by our own Seth H. Wentz, AIA.  The guest this spring was Rand Elliott, FAIA of Rand Elliott Architects, and the presentation focused on the Oklahoma Contemporary.  The recently completed Oklahoma Contemporary is a unique building rooted in the Oklahoma City and provides the community with educational programs and an outlet for expression. This concept-to-completion tour of the project allows viewers a unique perspective of the process, the challenges, and the completed building inside and out.  The building itself is constantly changing the quality of interior and exterior spaces by reflecting the Oklahoma sky, creating unique experiences every time it is visited.

Rand Elliott has been gracious enough to allow the lecture to be recorded and viewed through the AIA Central PA website at your convenience.

We invite you to view the lecture through the following link:  AIA Central PA Spring Lecture 2020

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