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Panel Discussion: Designing a Louisville Children’s Museum
February 26, 2014 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pmFree and open to the public
Join 21c Museum and the Competition Project for a panel discussion featuring architects and urban planners, as they discuss the winning entries of the international ideas competition, Designing a Louisville Children’s Museum, Revitalizing a Downtown Edge.
Louisville is one of the few cities of its size without a museum dedicated specifically to children between the ages of 2-13, and this museum is to be considered as a model to fill that vacuum. Sponsored by the local chapters of the Construction Specifications Institute (CSI) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the competition is open to design professionals and students currently registered in accredited schools in the areas of architecture, landscape architecture, engineering, and planning, and will be judged Feb 18. 21c Louisville will feature a selection of the top proposals in Gallery 4.
Panel participants will include:
Kevin Fennell, AIA, GBBN Architects, Louisville; Louisville Children’s Museum Competition juror
Gretchen Peterson Milliken, Architect; Deputy Director of Advanced Planning, Louisville Metro Government
Brian Koetter, AIA, Stengel Hill Architecture, Louisville; AIA/CSI Trade Show Competition Committee
Lawrence Timperman, AIA, Michell Timperman Ritz Architects, New Albany; AIA/CSI Trade Show Competition Committee
Moderated by G. Stanley Collyer, Ph.D, Hon. AIA; Editor, The Competition Project, Inc.