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SCAD: The Architecture of a University
Sep 25, 2018 | ADAC
SCAD: The Architecture of a University

At a book launch last Tuesday during Discover ADAC, Paula Wallace, president and founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), shared insight into the preservation and interior design projects on display across the school’s campuses around the world. Wallace, accompanied by Chuck Chewning, interior designer and SCAD alumnus, and Margaret Russell, honorary dean of the SCAD School of Building Arts, presented a panel discussion on SCAD: The Architecture of a University, a tome that highlights 40 of the school’s architectural highlights. 

“SCAD comprises a menagerie of extraordinary historic buildings,” says Wallace. “Together, these properties form a global exhibition, an epic work of art curated on an international scale. SCAD: The Architecture of a University is our grand exhibition guide, a key to the places, spaces and events that have shaped SCAD into the world’s preeminent source of knowledge in every discipline we teach.”

Photos courtesy of SCAD.

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The panel featured Chuck Chewning, Margaret Russell and Paula Wallace
The panel featured Chuck Chewning, Margaret Russell and Paula Wallace
The panel featured Chuck Chewning, Margaret Russell and Paula Wallace
A copy of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ from Assouline
A copy of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ from Assouline
A copy of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ from Assouline
Chuck Chewning, Emily Owens, Paula Wallace and Cuffy Sullivan
Chuck Chewning, Emily Owens, Paula Wallace and Cuffy Sullivan
Chuck Chewning, Emily Owens, Paula Wallace and Cuffy Sullivan
Attendees enjoy a discussion of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ in the Jim Thompson showroom during ADAC.
Attendees enjoy a discussion of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ in the Jim Thompson showroom during ADAC.
Attendees enjoy a discussion of ‘SCAD: The Architecture of a University,’ in the Jim Thompson showroom during ADAC.