SCAD: Architecture of a University

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SCAD: The Architecture of a University celebrates the
rich history and enduring legacy of the world’s most
comprehensive art and design university, highlighting
its most inspired and inspiring spaces. Forty detailed
narratives illuminate the storied pasts of the university’s
unique architectural treasures—from its flagship Poetter
Hall in Savannah, to majestic Ivy Hall in Atlanta, to the
bucolic and elegant Maison Basse in Lacoste, France—
and outline the meticulous measures enacted to artfully
conserve each historic structure. Complete with more
than 200 beautiful photographs, SCAD: The
Architecture of a University reveals the resplendent
design, élan and grandeur of each featured interior and
location. A history section recounting forty of the
university’s most cherished and memorable moments
completes this exquisite 360-page volume.

• 11″ x 14″
• 360 pages
• More than 200 color and archival
• Linen hardcover
• Single oversize volume in luxury slipcase
• Published by Assouline

Editorial contributions include:
“A Legacy of Transformation”
Foreword by Margaret Russell
Editor-at-large for Galerie and former editor-in-chief for
Architectural Digest and Elle Decor
“Creative Miracle”
Introductory essay by Chuck Chewning
(B.F.A., historic preservation; B.F.A., interior design, 1986)
“The Enduring Wonder of SCAD”
Introductory essay by Paula S. Wallace
SCAD President and Founder, Hon. AIA

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