A Modernist architect best known for his residential designs, Alfred Browning Parker was born in Boston but moved to Miami at age 8. He graduated from the University of Florida in 1939 with a degree in Architecture. He designed over 500 projects in his 60 year career, including the “Tropex-pansible home”which was constructed with high quality modular parts.
Through The Discipline of Nature, we will explore the life and design of Alfred Browning Parker.
OPENING CONVERSATION: The Legacy of Alfred Browning Parker
Saturday, September 24
6PM Opening Reception, 7PM Program
Members: $10, Non-Members: $20
Join curators Allan Shulman and Randolph C. Henning in a conversation that will bring to light the indelible impact the work of modernist architect Alfred Browning Parker had on Florida’s built landscape.
Guest moderator: Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, architect and urban planner. Dean of the UM School of Architecture from 1995 to 2013.
Photo courtesty of Ezra Stoller/Esto