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Westport, CT 06880
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Tuesday Brown Bag Lunch Series At WHS: Westport Architects

Westport Historical Society
10/24/17 - 12/12/17

westporthistory.org

Westport Historical Society is looking to the future, and has invited some renowned and far-seeing local architects and developers to help us imagine what our town might become a half-century from now.  Talks will be presented every Tuesday through December from 12:30 to 1:30 pm.

They’ve shared their creative visions in the new WHS exhibit, 06880+50, and will be featured in the Westport Architect Brown Bag Lunch Series in October and November. Completing the phrase, “Westport in 50 years…,” each architect or developer brings a thoughtful and unique perspective to the local community and its potential.

Here is the line-up through Nov. and what each predicts for Westport in 50 years.  Join us, bring a bag lunch, and listen to your future!

10/24
John Rountree (Roundtree Architects)

Westport in 50 years…could produce more energy than it consumes.

&
Michael Greenberg (Michael Greenberg & Associates)
Westport in  50 years…could embrace communal living.

10/31

Howard Lathrop (Sellars Lathrop Architects)

Westport in 50 years…could face rising sea levels.

11/7

Scott Springer (Scott Springer Architect)

Westport in 50 years…could eliminate teardowns.

11/14

Robert Cohen (Robert Cohen Architect)

Westport in 50 years…could honor forgotten places.

11/21
Leigh Overland (Leigh Overland, Architect)


Westport in 50 years…could use cutting-edge building methods &


Robert Storm (Robert Storm Architects)

Westport in 50 years…could welcome small-scale downtown living

11/28

Deirdre O’Farrelly Architect

Westport in 50 years…could define new urbanism.

 

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