Members Only Event
Delirious Miami author Andrew Clum and University of Miami Professor and architect Allan Shulman join us for an informal, interview style chat on Miami’s architecture. These two experts will share about modern architecture and unpack past, ambitious projects that never happened, like Interama, proving once again that the one thing that remains constant in Miami architecture is, Form Follows Finance.
This is a free event for HMM members and a guest. Light refreshments will be served. Safety protocols will be observed. The first 10 members to sign up will receive a complimentary copy of Delirious Miami, signed by author Andrew Clum.
Signed copies of the book will be on sale after the presentation.
Registration is required.
Andrew Clum is currently a candidate for a Master of Architecture degree at Yale University. Andrew is the owner of Clum Studio, a design firm intent on making change in the worlds of urban planning, development, and architecture. In his recently released book, titled Delirious Miami, Andrew writes a proactive manifesto for the 21st century city.
Allan T. Shulman
Allan Shulman is an architect, author, editor and curator. He is founding principal of his architectural practice Shulman + Associates and serves as the Director of Graduate Programs in Architecture and Professor at the University of Miami School of Architecture. Allan’s research focuses on themes of modernism, tropicality and urbanism. Published works include Building Bacardi: Architecture, Art and Identity, Miami Modern Metropolis: Paradise and Paradox in Midcentury Architecture and Planning; The Discipline of Nature: Architect Alfred Browning Parker in Florida; and as a co-author, The Making of Miami Beach: 1933-1942: The Architecture of Lawrence Murray Dixon; and Miami Architecture: An AIA Guide.
As an extension of his research, Allan founded Shulman + Associates in 1996 with a focus on the creation of relevant, site-specific designs. In this body of work, he has become a leader in forging a creative urban synthesis of preservation and innovation, and in developing new approaches to tropical architecture.
Under Allan’s design leadership, S+A projects have been widely recognized, with 93 design awards and publication internationally. Elevated to Fellowship in the AIA in 2008, Allan was awarded the AIA Miami Silver Medal for Design in 2010 and the AIA Florida Gold Medal in 2017.
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Featured Image: Hugh Ferris Drawing of Interama-Courtesy of DMJM/AECOM.
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