Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Miami Center for Architecture and Design
Through the eyes of Carl Abbott, one of the original Sarasota School of Architecture practitioners, discover the Maya’s sophisticated understanding of movement and space, and how it relates to his work today.
Having recently returned from Guatemala and Honduras, Carl brings his unique architectural perspective to life, in his continued explorations with National Geographic archeologists.
Carl received his Master’s degree at Yale under Paul Rudolph, Louis Kahn and Vincent Scully. Close colleagues from his university days include Sir Norman Foster and Sir Richard Rogers.
Carl has practiced in Europe, the Caribbean, and the Pacific Islands. His highly-awarded architecture has been widely published. He is a vigorous and spellbinding lecturer, having presented around the globe.