The Dallas Architecture Forum Presents Award-Winning Architect Dirk Denison

The Dallas Architecture Forum presents award-winning architect Dirk Denison

Architect Dirk Denison will virtually discuss this spectacular Lake Michigan residence and other projects on November 5th for the Dallas Architecture Forum. Photo courtesy of the architect.

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In this pandemic, where the comfort of our homes is particularly valued right now, the next architect who will speak virtually to the Dallas Architecture Forum on November 5th at 7:00 p.m. is of particular interest. Dirk Denison is the founder of Chicago-based Dirk Denison Architects, best known for its award-winning residential work, which includes interiors and furniture design.

Denison has been a full-time faculty member at the Illinois Institute of Technology for over thirty years and serves as the director of the biennial Mies Crown Hall Americas Prize (MCHAP), which recognizes the best-built work in America.

Dirk Denison Architects’ work in the US has been recognized by international design publications including Architect, Architectural Digest, A + U, Elle Décor, Global Architecture, Interior Design, Interior Design Houses, Metropolitan Home, and the New York Times Magazine.

This event is free for members of the forum and anyone can join the forum to participate in this and other outstanding programs that are currently being presented virtually. Pre-registration for the lecture is required at Eventbrite.

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    The Dallas Architecture Forum presents award-winning architect Dirk Denison

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    lecture

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    The Dallas Architecture Forum

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    November 05, 2020 7:00 p.m.

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    November 05, 2020 8:30 p.m.

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    Virtual event

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