Architect Roberto de Leon Lecture Friday at AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design

Architect Roberto de Leon Lecture Friday at AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design

March, 29, 2012, by Jedidiah

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Love it or hate it, now that the new AIA-NC headquarters is open on Peace Street, there will be a flourish of activities coming its way over the next year and you'll surely be seeing lots of black suited architects bouncing in and out of the glass doors. Tomorrow is one of the first of these events and will include a lecture by Roberto de Leon of De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop in Louisville, Kentucky. In 2010, De Leon & Primmer were chosen by Architectural Record as one of the ten most progressive international firms as part of their Design Vanguard series. 

Join AIA Triangle in welcoming Louisville's Roberto de Leon of De Leon & Primmer Architecture Workshop on Friday, March 30, 6pm, at the AIA NC Center for Architecture and Design, 14 East Peace Street, Raleigh. As Jury Chair for the 3rd Annual AIA Triangle Residential Architecture Tour (October 6th), Mr. De Leon will focus on residential design, regional influences, and the importance of historical preservation. De Leon's firm was a recent participant in the prestigious Architectural League of New York's  Emerging Voice Series. In 2010, De Leon & Primmer were chosen by Architectural Record as one of the ten most progressive international firms as part of their Design Vanguard series. The evening free and open to the public.

Roberto received a Master in Architecture from the Harvard University Graduate School of Design in 1993, and a Bachelor of Arts in Architecture from the University of California at Berkeley in 1989. He has taught as an adjunct professor at the College of Design at the University of Kentucky, the College of Architecture at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, and the Boston Architectural Center.








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