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Laurie Hawkinson: Public Works + Private Practice
Plaza Gallery, Meyerson Hall
210 South 34 Street, Philadelphia
Laurie Hawkinson is an architect and founding partner of the New York-based firm Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects, focusing on work in the public realm and committed to equity, issues of climate change, and service to the public with projects of varying scales, from temporary public art projects such as the Freedom of Expression National Monument, to a new Ferry building at Wall Street, Strategic Open Space Study for Lower Manhattan, 87 units of housing in midtown Manhattan, and the Energy Advancement Innovation Center at the Ohio State University. Laurie is also a professor at Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation and a Commissioner for New York City’s Public Design Commission.
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