Historic Preservation

  • Frontal view of the United States Tax Court Building

    Victor Alfred Lundy (born February 1, 1923) is an American architect. An exemplar of modernist architecture, he was one of the leaders of the Sarasota School of Architecture. His Warm Mineral Springs Motel, outside Warm Mineral Springs, Florida, is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. He was honored by the Smithsonian on his 90th birthday in 2013. A film on his life and work, entitled "Victor Lundy: Sculptor of Space" was premiered by the GSA on February 25, 2014.

Film Screening and Discussion of Victor Lundy: Sculptor of Space

Monday, November 18, 2019 12:00pm
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Meyerson Hall, B3 

On Monday, November 18, 2019 the Stuart Weitzman School of Design Graduate Program in Historic Preservation is hosting a film screening of Victor Lundy: Sculptor of Space (2014, 49 min.) and discussion by Joan M. Brierton (MSHP’92), Senior Preservation Specialist, U.S. General Services Administration (GSA); William Whitaker, Curator and Collections Manager; and Frank Matero, Chair, the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation.  Advance registration will be required by November 15. Lunch will be served.

Victor Lundy: Sculptor of Space captures the recollections of the modern American master architect and artist who designed the GSA's historic U.S. Tax Court Building in Washington D.C. The Historic Building Film Series is part of the Public Buildings Heritage Program, which GSA produces in support of the National Historic Preservation Act and Executive Order 13287, Preserve America.