Centerbrook Architecture Series Continues With Chad Floyd
January 18, 2009
Join us again at the Library on Friday, February 6th at 7p.m. when Chad Floyd, FAIA, partner at Centerbrook Architects will present “Where Land And Water Converge.”
Chad Floyd received his undergraduate and Master of Architecture degrees from Yale University in 1966 and 1973, respectively. He was awarded Yale’s Winchester Traveling Fellowship in 1973 and used it to journey to India. Before joining Centerbrook in 1975, Mr. Floyd received a National Endowment for the Arts Individual Grant to research American celebration places.
Mr. Floyd’s design awards include the American Institute of Architect’s 1998 Architecture Firm Award and four AIA Honor Awards–for the Watkins Glen Pier Pavilion in New York, the Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth College, a private house in Connecticut, and the Watkins Glen Waterfront Plan. He was advanced to Fellowship in the AIA in 1991.
He is currently working on an addition to the historic Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, Massachusetts; an expansion of Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Worcester, Mass.; new academic buildings in Virginia and Pennsylvania; a corporate headquarters in Toledo, Ohio; and an expansion of the Eugene O’Neill Theater in New London.