Raleigh Architecture & Construction Hosts “Thrist4Architecture” March 20

 

Thirst4Architecture, NCMH

A networking event for Modernist design enthusiasts

 

February 24, 2014 (Raleigh, NC) – Robby Johnston, AIA, and Craig Kerins of The Raleigh Architecture & Construction Company will host a “Thirst4Architecture” (T4A) networking happy hour on Thursday, March 20, from 6-8. The event is free and open to the public.

Sponsored  by North Carolina Modernist Houses (NCMH), T4A events are also now sponsored by Emilie Huin / Coldwell Banker, a specialist in Modernist real estate throughout the Triangle.  

Each T4A happy hour is a casual gathering opportunity for anyone interested in architecture and design.

 “We welcome Modernist homeowners, architects, artists, designers, realtors, engineers, contractors, property investors, building managers, Modernist homeowners, materials and furniture dealers, and anyone else with a huge crush on great architecture,” says NCMH founder and director George Smart. “NCMH events focus on building relationships, generating passion about good design, creating strategic alliances, and connecting people to each other.”

 Architect Robby Johnston worked with Michael Ross Kersting Architecture in Wilmington, NC, Tonic Design + Tonic Construction in Raleigh, and Clearscapes Art + Architecture, also in Raleigh, before co-founding The Raleigh Architecture & Construction Company in 2013 with architect/general contractor Craig Kerins. As two companies under one roof, Raleigh Architecture & Construction occupies space in downtown Raleigh’s historic Warehouse District at 502 South West Street. For more information visit www.raleigh-architecture.com or call 919-831-2955.

 NCMH is an award-winning non-profit organization dedicated to documenting, preserving, and promoting Modernist residential design across the state. For more information visit www.ncmodernist.org. For more information on all of the T4A events, go to www.ncmodernist.org/t4a.

 

 

 

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