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NorthPark Center says
Friday, February 3, 2017

The Three Classicists, Francis Terry, Larry Boerder, and Daniel Heath will create a large collaborative drawing, starting at 11:30AM and finishing around 4PM. Stop by NorthCourt and witness art in the making!

Francis Terry is part of a new generation of classical architects who have recently gained a reputation for designing high quality works of architecture. Francis's pursuit of architecture grew out of his passion for drawing and his love of historic buildings. He studied architecture at Cambridge University qualifying in 1994. Francis spent over 20 years working for his father the eminent classical architect Quinlan Terry with whom he became a partner in 2004. As a partner he developed his own reputation as an independent architect winning competitions and working on his own commissions. As a consequence, he has recently formed his own practice in order to continue his own creative path.

Larry E. Boerder attended the University of Texas at Austin graduating in 1976 with a Bachelor of Architecture. In 1979 he became a Registered Architect in the state of Texas. The Town of Highland Park and University Park became his laboratory for experimentation in design. Larry began to develop his three principles of design: scale, proportion, and detail. Larry E. Boerder Architects as of today has designed over 250 projects in Texas and other locations around the United States.

Daniel Heath graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from Auburn University in 2008. His love of drawing and design was nurtured by his maternal grandfather, architect Jack Wood, from a young age. Daniel was awarded the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art's Rieger Graham Prize in 2012, allowing him the opportunity to study architecture at the American Academy in Rome. Having worked at some of the most respected traditional architectural firms in New York, Daniel has recently moved back to his native Texas and continues to work with his original classicist mentor, Larry E. Boerder.
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