Appetite 4 Architecture (A4A) Invites Triangle Residents To Discuss Their Dream Homes Over Dinner

February 15, 2010 (DURHAM, NC) – Dreaming of a new modernist house?  An exciting renovation?  Thinking about architecture as a career?  Have you long admired a certain local architect or a really cool house?

George Smart, founder and director of Triangle Modernist Houses (TMH), had announced the organization’s spring fundraiser schedule: a series of Triangle dinners connecting the public with some of the Triangle’s best professionals in modernist residential architecture and construction.

“For those who are always thinking about their dream houses,” Smart said, “here’s a rare chance to break bread with one or two talented Triangle modernist architects at an intimate, small group dinner.  The lineup of guests and dining locations is outstanding.  We’re thrilled to have the participation of excellent restaurants such as Solas, 18 Seaboard, 618 Bistro, Margaux’s, and the Piedmont.”

Named “Appetite 4 Architecture” or A4A, the series begins Tuesday, March 23,rd  with multi-award-winning architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, and David Crawford,  executive director of the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. This dinner will take place at 18 Seaboard in Raleigh.  Proceeds benefit AIA North Carolina’s new Center for Architecture & Design to be built in downtown Raleigh.
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