Save the Date: Hawaii Field Seminar (Sept 23-Oct 1)

by SAH News | Mar 17, 2016
Don J. Hibbard, author of Buildings of Hawaii, will lead an SAH Field Seminar in Hawaii, September 23 to October 1, 2016. This program—customized for SAH members—will bring the Buildings of the United States volume to life, with visits to many of the sites featured in the book, as well as several new buildings. Experience the unique architecture of Hawaii firsthand.

Additional program details will be available in late April. Registration opens on June 7, 2016. 
Don J. Hibbard served as an architectural historian and director for Hawaii's state historic preservation office from 1981 to 2002, and now works as a heritage specialist. He has written or coauthored several books on Hawaii's architecture, including The View from Diamond Head: Royal Residence to Urban Resort, which traced the development of Waikiki from ancient Hawaiian times to the present, Designing Paradise: The Allure of the Hawaiian Resort, and Hart Wood: Architectural Regionalism in Hawaii

HI-01-ML8-001_Hotel Molokai
HI-01-OA100-003_IBM Building
Hotel Molokai (Frank S. Robert, 1966, 1967 additions) photo: Augie Salbosa  IBM Building (Vladimir Ossipoff, 1962) photo: Kaoru Lovett 
 HI-01-OA145-001_St. Augustines Roman Catholic Church
HI-01-OA51-001_Iolani Palace
St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church (George W. McLaughlin, 1962) photo: Kaoru Lovett  Iolani Palace (Thomas J. Baker, Charles J. Wall, and Isaac Moore, 1879–1882) photo: Augie Salbosa 
 HI-01-OA32-001_First Hawaiian Center
HI-01-OA95-001_First Chinese Church of Christ
First Hawaiian Center (Kohn Pedersen Fox; Walters, Kimura, Motoda, landscape architects, 1996) photo: Augie Salbosa  First Chinese Church of Christ (Hart Wood, 1929) photo: Augie Salbosa 

Founded in 1940, the Society of Architectural Historians is an international nonprofit membership organization that promotes the study, interpretation and conservation of architecture, design, landscapes and urbanism worldwide. SAH serves a network of local, national and international institutions and individuals who, by profession or interest, focus on the built environment and its role in shaping contemporary life. SAH promotes meaningful public engagement with the history of the built environment through advocacy efforts, print and online publications, and local, national and international programs.

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