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 Government needs architects
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 Florida Central medal of honor
 Florida Southwest awards
 FAAIA state awards
 Florida architects' wood award
 New editor
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Title: Florida architect
Physical Description: v. : ill. ; 30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: American Institute of Architects -- Florida Association
Florida Association of Architects
Publisher: Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects.
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 1974
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1996.
Issuing Body: Official journal of the Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects.
Issuing Body: Issued by: Florida Association of Architects of the American Institute of Architects, 1954- ; Florida Association of the American Institute of Architects, <1980->.
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Table of Contents
    Copyright
        Copyright
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Table of Contents
        Page 3
    Advertisers
        Page 4
    Letters
        Page 5
    60th annual convention
        Page 6
    New officers elected
        Page 7
    Government needs architects
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Mid Florida awards
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Florida Central medal of honor
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Florida Southwest awards
        Page 18
        Page 19
    FAAIA state awards
        Page 20
    Florida architects' wood award
        Page 21
    New editor
        Page 22
    Back Cover
        Page 23
        Page 24
Full Text

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The Florida Architect
Volume 24 Number 6 November/December 1974










CONTENTS
Advertisers .................... 4
Letters ....................... 5
60th Annual Convention ......... 6
New Officers Elected ............ 7
Government Needs Architects .... 8/9
Mayor C. Randolph Wedding, AIA


Marshall at Convention 6


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Mid Florida Awards .......... 10/11
Florida Central Medal of Honor 14/15
Florida Southwest Awards ..... 18/19
FAAIA State Awards ............ 20
Florida Architects' Wood Award ... 21
New Editor .................... 22


New Association Utticers /


Pullara Memorial Award 20


FAAIA OFFICERS FOR 1975

James E. Ferguson, Jr., AIA, President
2901 Ponce de Leon Boulevard
Coral Gables, Florida 33134
(305) 443-7758

Nils M. Schweizer, FAIA, Vice President
President Designate
P.O. Box 1120
Winter Park, Florida 32789
(305) 647-4814

Ellis W. Bullock, Jr., AIA, Secretary
1823 North Ninth Avenue
Pensacola, Florida 32503
(904) 434-2551

James A. Greene, AIA, Treasurer
5020 Cypress Street, Suite 211
Tampa, Florida 33607
(813) 872-8407


1975 BOARD OF DIRECTORS

James H. Anstis
Bruce Balk
John McKim Barley, II
William F. Bigoney
Howard Bochiardy
William Brainart
Ellis W. Bullock
Norman M. Giller
William R. Greening
Martin Gundersen
Carl Gutmann, Jr.
William K. Harris
Jerome A. James
William Jollay
Walter L. Keller
Charles E. King
Bertram Y. Kinsey, Jr.
Robert H. Levison FAIA
Stephen Little
John McCormick
Harry G. Morris
Richard H. Morse
Richard T. Reep
Henry A. Riccio
Roy L. Ricks
Francis R. Walton FAIA
Jack West4
Robert L. Woodward


DIRECTOR FLORIDA REGION
American Institute of Architects
H. Leslie Walker, AIA
1000 N. Ashley Street, Suite 806
Tampa, Florida 33602
(813) 229-0381

DIRECTOR FLORIDA REGION
American Institute of Architects
Herbert R. Savage, AIA
P.O. Box 280
Miami, Florida 33145
(305) 845-1414

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Florida Association of the
American Institute of Architects
Fotis N. Karousatos, Hon. AIA
7100 N. Kendall Drive
Miami, Florida 33156
(305) 661-8947

GENERAL COUNSEL
(Branch Office)
J. Michael Huey, Attorney at Law
1020 E. Lafayette, Suite 110
Tallahassee, Florida 32303
(940) 878-3158

PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE
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Richard Schuster
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THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT
Fotis N. Karousatos/Publisher
David E. Clavier/Editor
John W. Totty/Assistant Editor
Kurt Waldmann/Photography


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT, Official Journal of the Florida Association of the American
Institute of Architects, Inc., is owned and published by the Association, a Florida Corporation not
for profit. It is published bi-monthly at the Executive Office of the Association, 7100 N. Kendall
Drive, Miami, Florida 33156. Telephone (305) 661-8947. Opinions expressed by contributors are
not necessarily those of the Editor of the Florida Association of the AIA. Editorial material may
be reprinted provided full credit is given to the author and to THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT and
copy is sent to publisher's office. Single Copies, 75 cents, subscription, $6.50 per year.


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Kruse Appointed

Fellows' Bursar







H. Samuel Kruse, FAIA, vice president of Watson/Deutsch-
man/Kruse/Lyon, Miami architectural and engineering firm,
has been elected bursar (national treasurer) of the College of
Fellows of The American Institute of Architects.

Kruse is a member of the Florida South Chapter/AIA and is a
past president of the Florida Association of The American
Institute of Architects. He is also a past Florida Regional
Director of the Institute.

An adjunct professor in architecture and architectural
engineering at The University of Miami, Kruse has lectured at
the Imperial Universities in Kyoto and Tokyo, Japan;
University of Waterloo, Canada; Arizona State University and
Clemson University.

Kruse has contributed many articles dealing with the practice
of architecture to THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT.


H. Samuel Kruse, FAIA


Letter
Gentlemen,

While I was not able to attend your
annual convention, I very much
appreciate the fact that Florida
Registered Engineers were invited.

This indicates your appreciation of
the mutual interests of our great
professions, and I hope to attend
this convention in the future.

Cordially,

Philip M. Humber, P.E.
Florida Registration 13870
THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT encourages com-
munications from its readers and reserves the
right to edit for style and/or economy. We
assume that any letter, unless otherwise
stipulated, is free for publication in this journal.
Please address correspondence to: Editor, THE
FLORIDA ARCHITECT, 7100 N. Kendall Dr.
No. 203, Miami, Florida 33156.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974


Encounter in Williamsburg


Recently, while having breakfast in
Colonial Williamsburg, eight University of
Florida graduate students specializing in
architectural preservation saw a familiar
face in the during room. University of
Florida's President, Robert Q. Marston,
recognized the group on an extended
field trip to Savannah, Charleston and
Williamsburg, financed by a grant from
the National Endowment for the Arts.


Students shown above with President
Marston in Williamsburg are Charles
Chase of Daytona Beach, Susan Tate of
Gainesville, Beatriz Del Cueto of Puerto
Rico, Donnie Seale of Pensacola, Presi-
dent Marston, Bill Warinner of Gaines-
ville, Trenton Price of Panama, Fred
Wiedenmann of Eustis and Phillip Wisley
of Indiana. F. Blair Reeves, AIA, was the
professor in charge.


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FAAIA 60th

Convention


The theme for the 60th Annual FAAIA Convention was
"Quest For Excellence, A search with inward and outward
directions ... A pursuit that is the purpose of our lives. The
Quest can be achieved. Those who reach achievement are to be
honored. One of them was Louis I. Kahn."

Association members gathered to share, learn, pay tribute and
to enjoy themselves. Addresses were made, tributes given,
seminars conducted, officers elected, and when all was said
and done it was apparent that architects had truly worked for
their own "Quest For Excellence."


First Vice President of The American Institute of Architects, William
Marshall, FAIA, addressing the Annual Banquet of the FAAIA
Convention.





The 60th Annual Convention of the FAAIA held at the Marco
Beach Hotel was a time of sharing architectural professional-
ism.


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


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The Florida Association of The American Institute of
Architects elected new officers for the coming year.




James E. Ferguson, Jr., AIA of Miami assumes the presidency
of the Association. Ferguson has served this past year as Vice
President/President Designate. He is a graduate of Georgia
Tech. and is a principal of his firm, Ferguson-Glasgow-Schus-
ter, located in Coral Gables.

Nils M. Schweizer, FAIA of Winter Park was elected as Vice
President/President Designate and will automatically become
President in 1976. Schweizer studied architecture at the
University of Georgia and the University of Zurich and also
studied under the late Frank Lloyd Wright. He is principal
from his firm, Schweizer Associates Architects, Inc. in Winter Left to right: James Ferguson, Jr., Ellis W. Bullock, Nils M. Schweizer,
and James A. Greene.
Park.

Ellis W. Bullock, Jr., AIA of Pensacola was elected to the James A. Greene, AIA of Tampa was elected Treasurer. Greene
position of Secretary. Bullock is a graduate of Auburn is a graduate of the University of Florida. He is a principal
University. He has received the FAAIA State Community with his firm, Harvey-Greene-Wilson-Webster Inc. Architects &
Service Award. Bullock is a principal of The Bullock Planners. Greene is the Supervising Architect, District 10,
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AIA
FLORIDA
REGIONAL
DIRECTOR



Herbert R. Savage
Association members have elected
Herbert R. Savage, AIA of Miami to the
position of Florida's second Regional
Director. Savage will represent Florida on
the National Board of Directors of The -.
American Institute of Architects. He
attended the University of Florida and is
a graduate of the University of Illinois.
He is a past President of the Association.
Savage will serve along with Florida
Regional Director, H. Leslie Walker, AIA
of Tampa.

Savage's term on the National AIA Board
is for three years. Florida gains Savage as
a second Regional Director based on the
addition of many new corporate AIA
members.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974


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C. Randolph Wedding, AIA


Mr. Wedding recently spoke to the Mid-Florida Chapter/AIA on the
topic of architects becoming involved in government Wedding's career
can best be described as one of involvement, commitment and
betterment of his native St Petersburg. Mr. Wedding is presently the
Mayor of the City of St Petersburg.





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Mid-Florida Chapter Awards



'L' -Fourteen Mid-Florida projects and contributions were honored
by the Mid-Florida Chapter of the American Institute of
Architects at their fourth Honors and Awards program held
September 22nd at the Florida Gas building in Winter Park.

A This annual presentation is public recognition of exemplary
architecture, excellence in craftsmanship, and significant
contributions to community purpose.

A jury of noted architects, Herschel Shepard, AIA, of
Jacksonville and Charles Pawley, AIA, of Miami, made the
selection for this year's awards.

Two awards of merit were to the Titusville firm of Lemon and
Megginson for Astronaut High School, Titusville, and the
t Amphitheater Brevard Community College, Cocoa campus.

An award of merit was presented to Winter Park architect Don
Duer for One Thousand Oaks condominiums, Orlando, and
Reynolds, Smith & Hills, Architects/Engineers also received an
award of merit for the Hyatt House of Orlando.

AWARD: DESIGN EXCELLENCE MERIT AWARD Honorable mention awards were made to Don Duer for his
Project: Astronaut High School Anderson's Nurseries, Fern Park and Scan Design Showroom,
Location: 800 War Eagle Boulevard, Titusville, Florida
Architect: Lemon & Megginson, Titusville, Florida Winter Park; Richard Boone Rogers & Associates for their
office building for Central Florida Production Credit
Association and Federal Land Bank Association of Orlando;


AWARD: DESIGN EXCELLENCE MERIT AWARD
Project: Ampitheater Brevard Community College, Cocoa Campus
Location: 1519 Clearlake Road, Cocoa, Florida
Architect: Lemon & Megginson, Titusville, Florida


AWARD: DESIGN EXCELLENCE MERIT AWARD
Project: One Thousand Oaks, Condominiums
Location: 1000 Michigan Avenue, Orlando, Florida
Architect: Don Duer, Winter Park, Florida


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Architect Tom Hurley, for remodeling of his existing
residence, Winter Park; Architect Frank Lamb, for his own
residence, Orlando; and to Architect Tom Price for his
entrance gatehouse and pavilions at Rosemont Golf & Country
Club, Orlando.

In addition to the architectural firms receiving awards, a
special craftsmanship award was also given to W. Edward Bell,
Superintendent with J.A. Jones Construction Co. of Tampa
for his competent guiding hand in the execution of the lobby,
lounge, and restaurant at the Hyatt House of Orlando.

Awards of excellence in an allied profession were presented to
Robert J. Laughlin of Tilden, Denson & Lobnitz, Consulting
Engineers, for tile lighting of the Forest Clubhouse, Lake
Mary, and the lighting in the remodeling of St. Luke's
Episcopal Cathedral, Orlando.

"Rosie O'Grady's" Bob Snow received a community service
award for taking a positive step toward the upgrading and
renewal of downtown Orlando in the remodeling and
renovation of Church Street Station.

A community service award was presented to Mr. Thomas M.
Moses, President of the Board and General Manager, Reedy
Creek Improvement District, Walt Disney World. Mr. Moses is
presented this award for his service to the profession of
Architecture by his participation with many and various
building code authorities and building official associations.

Speaker for the program was the Honorable C. Randolph
Wedding, AIA, Mayor of St. Petersburg, Florida. Mayor
Wedding, an architect and recipient of numerous design
awards, addressed the assembled architects and their guests on
the need for greater civic involvement by members of the
profession.


(Mayor Wedding's address on F/A pages 8-9)


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AWARD: DESIGN EXCELLENCE MERIT AWARD
Project: Hyatt House of Orlando
Location: Intersection of 1-4 and U.S. 192
Architect: Reynolds, Smith and Hills


AWARD: CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARD
Project: Hyatt House of Orlando
Location: Intersection of 1-4 and U.S. 192
Craftsman: W. Edward Bell of J.A. Jones Construction Co.






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Florida Central Chapter
MEDAL of HONOR

The medal of honor shall be the
highest honor the Florida Central
Chapter can bestow upon a mem-
ber. To alngle out, recognize and
honr those chapter members ac-
knowedged by other peers as hav-
ing made an outstanding contribu-
tion to the chapter, either through
service to the chapter or through
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MEDAL OF HONOR


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Ami.cn kwtOtu of Archntec


Service to the profession through
section offices, an outstanding chap-
ter presidency and continued service
to the Florida Association has earned
the Florida Central Chapter Medal
of Hontr for Rese Harvey III.


Carl N.
-AthlMoas


James A.
Greene


: Td' recogni devoted and continu-
Soust service to the profession and
the soty gv freely over the
: ears, Car N. Atkinson is awarded
the Florida Central Capter .Medal
of Honor.





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FAIA




In rfmgnitlon of his drlve, enthu-
slam an quest for a better solu-
tion, te Ploid Central Chater
awards Its Medal of Honor to Mark
G. Hampton FAJA for excellence In
design.


In recognition of his untirin and re-
lentless effort to Improve the young
practitioners lot within the profes-
sion. He created a vital, Informative
program of education which reflects
the highest credit upon the chapter,
the Institute and indeed, the entire
profession. The Florida Central
Chapter awards Its Medal of Honor
to James A. Greene.






WIMam 3.
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Relentless In his search for better
design, yet devoting much of hi
energies to his fellow man through
his community, church and profe-
slonal society. A rare combination
of sensitive strength and talent, the
Florida Central Chapter proudly
awards Its Medal of Honor to Wil-
liam B. Harvard.


'[1"". Richard L






In recognition of his continued and
dedicated service to his community,
the profession and the State of Flor-
Ida. In the best tradition of "service
above self" the Florida Central
Chapter awards its Medal of Honor
to Richard E. Jesson.





Jack






Tlitlesly devoting time untold to
the advancement of the professon
In al arenas. At call when the going
gets rough. Faithful and efficient In
every assignment, the Florida Cen-
tral Chapter is proud to award Its
Medal of Honor to Jack McCandless.


THE FLORIDA ARCHITECT


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Arelde G.
Pariah
FAIA





"Architect's architect" who has de-
voted a ffetime to bettering his
profession by untlintingly giving
time, talent and energy. A modest
giant In thought, word ad deed,
.the Fl*rida Central Chapter lovngly
awards tl MUedi of Honor to Archte
LQ Parsh, FAIA.


John E.
Stefany



Continued devotion to the environ-
ment through his practice, his Chap-
ter and State Association has earned
John E. Stefany the Flof da Central
Chapter's Medal of Honor.


Lesle
lkr


Donald S.
Willams


A tireless and faithful worker for the
profession he has served the Chap-
ter, State and National Society with
vigor. The Florida Central Chapter
awarded Its Medal of Honor to H.
Lelile Walker In recognition of a
job well done.


An architect dedicated to commu-
nity service, his many contributions
to his community demand the re-
spect of all; therefore, the Florida
Central Chapter awards Its Medal
of Honor to Donald S. Williams.


Foils N.
Karousaaos
.Hon. AIA


John Winflel
Ranldn
Hon AIA


i5 devotion to the welfare of
lembershlp and his dedication
o) # ew of the profession in
SffE Florida Central Chapter
l its Medal of Honor to Frank
Mieao.


For his devotion beyond duty to the
entire membership of the Florida
Reion American institute of Archl-
tect, the Florida Central Chapter
awards its Medal of Honor to Fotis
N. Karousatos, Hon AIA.


In recognition of his untiring efforts
to strengthen component affairs and
communications at American Insti-
tute of Architects Headquarters, the
Florida Central Chapter awards Its
Medal of Honor to J. Winfield Ran-
kin, Hon. AIA.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974


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INTERPACE Design Excellence


VIODERNFOLD Educational Value


Winning Exhibitors
The 60th Annual Convention and Building Product Exhibits
held at the Marco Beach Hotel offered over 50 exciting
product exhibits. FAAIA members had an opportunity to see
many new products now available.

Of course, as in everything else there were some standouts.
The Association presented two awards to exhibitors for a job
well done.


The INTERPACE group was awarded with the design
excellence award based on their imaginative booth design. The
MODERNFOLD group received the honor award for the most
educational value. They offered audio-visual instruction with
an outstanding display.

Building products are the most important resources available
to the architect. We salute INTERPACE and MODERNFOLD
for helping educate the design profession of these resources.


MOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974


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The Florida Southwest Chapter of The American Institute of
Architects has announced the winners of its first Design
Awards Program. The awards were presented during the
chapter meeting at the Marco Beach Hotel in October.

The jury for the awards competition was made up of Gary D.
Ridgdill, AIA of Gainesville, Lowell Lotspeich, AIA of Winter
Park and Robert C. Broward, AIA of Jacksonville.

Nine of the entrants were chosen to receive recognition for
outstanding accomplishment in architectural design. The firm
of McBryde/Parker/Mudgett, Architects from Ft. Myers in
association with Martin & Bainbridge from Atlanta, Georgia
received an honor award for St. Lukes Episcopal Church of Ft.
Myers.

The firm of W.R. Frizzell Architects, Inc. received awards for
two projects. Ray Jensen was the designer for both projects.
An honor'award was presented to them for the Fort Myers
City Hall and a merit award for Riverdale High School in Lee
County, Florida.

Burt, Hill & Associates, Architects received two merit awards
for the design of the patio homes and townhouses of The
Landings of Ft. Myers.

br. 'Frank Vellake, AIA, Architect was presented with an award of
S. A merit for the Garner Residence in Lee County, Florida.

The firm of Gundersen and Wilson, Architects received a merit

Wiltshire Certified Public Accountants.

Pierce, Hamburg & Associates of Port Charlotte received a
honorable mention for the design of the Charlotte Inter-Medic
Health Center.

A craftsmanship award was presented to Lee County Concrete
HONOR AWARD: St Lukes EpiscopalChurch for the concrete formwork on the Fort Myers City Hall that
Architect: McBryde/Parker/Mudgett
Jury Comment: Nicely proportioned interior & exterior. was designed by W.R. Frizzell Architects, Inc.


HONOR AWARD: Fort Myers City Hall
Architect: W. R. Frizzell
Jury Comment: This government building is a credit to Ft. Myers.


MERIT AWARD: Rierdale High School
Architect: W.R. Frizzell
Jury Comment: Nice looking school done within "systems" approach.


























MERIT AWARD: The Landings (Patio Homes) MERIT AWARD: The Landings (Townhouses)
Architect: Burt, Hill & Associates Architect: Burt, Hill & Associates
Jury Comment: Excellent outward appearance and very good landscaping. Jury Comment: Nicely done with good landscaping.


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MERIT AWARD: Garner Residence
Architect: Frank Vellake
Jury Comment: A well detailed and well conceived addition.


HONORABLE MENTION AWARD: Health Center
Architect: Pierce, Hamburg & Associates
Jury Comment: The client and architect recycled a mundane building.


MERIT AWARD: Office Building
Architect: Gundersen and Wilson
Jury Comment: Overall composition is good. It has a certain dignity.


CRAFTSMANSHIP AWARI~ Fort Myers City Hall
Craftsman: Lee County Concrete
Jury Comment: Excellent brickwork and concrete formwork.






































Concrete formwork on Caldwell Enterprises Residence




1974 Craftsman Award
The 1974 Craftsman Award was presented to Robert Green of
Boca Raton for concrete formwork done on The Caldwell
Enterprises Residence in Boca Raton.

The Craftsman was nominated by the Palm Beach
Chapter/AIA. According to the nominating committee, this
craftsman "exemplifies a true craftsman in that he solved some
very complicated problems in solid geometry in order to
produce a superior finished product."

The architects for the Caldwell project were McCall & Lynch,
AIA. The engineer was N.G. Dracos & Associates and the
general contractor for this project was Stinson Construction
Company.

The Craftsman Award is given annually to the craftsman in
Florida who has exemplified interest, ingenuity and performed
outstanding workmanship in pursuance of his craft.

Robert Green is the craftsman who has displayed the most
"outstanding workmanship."


Architect
Community
Service
Award


John E. Stefany, AIA


The Architect Community Service Award has been presented
to John E. Stefany.

The Community Service Award is given by the FAAIA to
recognize an architect whose leadership in community activity
and service has been of direct benefit to the community in
which he lives. John has been active in the Tampa community
where he is a member of the Florida Central Chapter/AIA. He
has focused increasingly on the need for public awareness of
the man-made environment. He believes that education is an
important key to the solution to our environmental problems.


Florida Central Chapter President, James A.
Greene accepts the Anthony L. Pullara
Memorial Award from speaker, Ernest T.H.
Bowen.


Pullara Memorial Award

The Florida Central Chapter/AIA is the 1974 recipient of the
Anthony L. Pullara Memorial Award.

This award is given annually to the chapter that has best
"perpetuated Pullara's memory and those things for which he
stood in the architectural profession."

The winning chapter this year has been instrumental in the
development of new programs. The Florida Central Chapter's
management seminar for your practitioners has been accepted
as part of a task force activity by The American Institute of
Architects.

The principal officers 'of the Florida Central Chapter are;
James A. Greene President, Robert Levison Vice Presi-
dent, Don Parish Secretary and Ludwig Spiessl Treasurer.


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Wood allows flexibility and freedom in design.


Society of American Foresters
Ivan Johnson and Ernie Daffin accept the Architects Wood Award from
W o o d A w a rd FAAIA President, Frank Mudano, at the 60th Annual Convention.



The 1974 Florida Architects' Wood Award was presented to
the firm of Barrett/Daffin/Figg of Tallahassee for the
outstanding design of the Alexander Springs Restroom and
Concession Facility in the Ocala National Forest.

The architects said that wood was chosen for this project
because "it allows flexibility and freedom in design. But, most
important is the character of the material. Wood has the warm,
natural feeling so appropriate for its use in the forest."

The Wood Award is presented annually by the Florida Section L
of The Society of American Foresters.


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 1974


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Florida Architect
Names New Editor







David E. Clavier has joined The Florida Association of The
American Institute of Architects as the editor of THE
FLORIDA ARCHITECT.

David is a 1973 graduate of the University of Florida's College
of Journalism and Communications. While at the University,
he began work toward a Masters of Communications degree
and worked as a graduate assistant with the Department of
Architecture. David wrote and edited the Architectural Guild
newsletter, The Column.

He was elected as the outstanding public relations student in
the College of Journalism and Communications for 1973-74.
He is a member of Phi Kappa Phi and Kappa Tau Alpha
scholastic honor societies.


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