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229 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Savannah, Georgia

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Louis Sullivan is the author of one of the most famous maxims in the history of architecture: form ever follows function. As a young architect he rejected the traditional Beaux-Arts classical system and developed a unique way of using basic geometry to embody the four elements inspired by natural forces into every single architectural detail he ever created. He also trained Frank Lloyd Wright. This drawing workshop will introduce students to the unique methods Sullivan used to hand draw and design, everything from terra cotta tiles, to tombstones, to handrails. Materials: Please bring a straight edge (triangle or architectural scale), sketchbook or drawing paper, and either pencils

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