Bart Prince - Architect

 

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1947
Born June 24 in Albuquerque, New Mexico
     
1965
Attends College of Architecture at Arizona State University, Tempe, graduating with a B.Arch.
   
1968
Awarded Architecture foundation Travel Grant; spends summer working for the Cwmbran Development Corporation on the design of New town Cwmbran, Wales
Meets Bruce Goff
     
1970-72
Works intermittently in Goff's Kansas City, Missouri and Tyler, Texas offices; supervises construction of Goff's Glen Harder House, Mountain Lake, Minnesota
     
1972-73
Works in Albuquerque office of George Wynn
 
1976
  Accompanies Goff as visiting critic, School of Architecture, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut
 
1978-88
  Assists Goff on design of the Pavilion for Japanese Art, Los Angeles County Museum of Art; completes design and supervises construction after Goff's death
 
1980-81
  Visiting Instructor, School of Architecture and Planning, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
 
1982
  Exhibition, XIIe Biennale de Paris, "La modernité ou l'esprit du temps," Paris, France
Exhibition, "The Architecture of Bart Prince," School of Architecure, Kansas State University, Manhattan
Exhibition, "Drawings by Ten New Mexico Architects," University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque
 
1985
 

Exhibition, XVe Biennale de Paris, "Vu de l'intérieur ou la raison de l'architecure," Paris, France
Exhibition, "The Tradition of Imagination in Architecture," the storefront for Art and Architecture, New York, New York
Exhibition, "the American School of Architecture: The Bruce Goff Legacy," Royal Institute of British Architects, Heinz Gallery, London, England
Record House of the Year Award for the Bart Prince Residence

 
1989
  Record House of the Year Award for the Brad and June Prince Residence
Exhibition, "Houses by Bart Prince," University of New Mexico Art Museum, Albuquerque, and Graham Foundation, Chicago, Illinois
 
1991
  Record House of the Year Award for the Joe and Etsuko Price Residence
Exhibition, "The Continuous Present of Organic Architecture," Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati
 
1992
  Visiting professor, Bruce Goff Chair, School of Architecture, University of Oklahoma, Norman
Exhibition, "Bart Prince, Architect," Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, Colorado
 
1993
  Exhibition, "Bart Prince," Farish Gallery, Rice University, Houston, Texas
     
2001   Visiting design critic in the graduate studio at the School of Architecture, Miami University, Oxford, Ohio.
 
2004   International Design Conference- Mexico.  Keynote speaker and awarded the International Excellence in Design Award.
 

 

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