Ehrlich Architects: The Evolution of Multicultural Modernism at National Building Museum

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Steven Ehrlich, whose firm recently won the prestigious 2015 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Award, comes to DC’s National Building Museum to discuss The Evolution of Multicultural Modernism. Based in L.A., Ehrlich Architects developed and implements this aesthetic in their designs, which add sustainable, indigenous and other cultural elements to California Modernist style. Among their many successful buildings are the U.S. courthouse in Yuma, Arizona and the Parliament Complex for the Federal National Council in the UAE, which adds a mashrabiya dome to filter the desert sun. Ehrlich will also sign copies of his 2013 book.

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