06/09: My topic
Here are some excerpts from my application statement about the issues I would like to explore in France, beyond learning about their approach to historic preservation. I invite discussion and debate on the issues. Additional facts and resources are much appreciated.
Face of the AIA
Tina Roach, AIA, LEED-AP
by Heather Livingston
Summary: Tina Roach, AIA, has been selected by the French Heritage Society and the American Architectural Foundation as the 2009 Richard Morris Hunt Fellow. Awarded alternately to French and American architects, the Hunt Fellowship provides $25,000 for a six-month immersion work/study program that enables architects to observe and practice the latest historic preservation techniques and visit sites of significance in the host country. Roach, an associate in the Washington, D.C., office of Quinn Evans Architects, will be the first Hunt Fellow to combine the study of historic preservation with sustainability.
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The American Institute of Architects - Tina Roach, AIA, LEED AP, Architect