Charles Dagit Lecture

Charles E. Dagit, Jr., FAIA’s lecture on 10.31.13: An overview of the beginnings of American architecture in Colonial America, particularly focused on the architecture of Annapolis and the plantation houses of Virginia. His approach to American architecture is rooted in cultural, philosophical, economic, and political circumstances that created the environment for architects to thrive. It reveals those architects that surfaced and thrived through inventive innovation inspired by the entrepreneurial atmosphere that developed in the colonies and continued through the ensuing decades to the present.

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