AIA Central Pennsylvania’s annual event held in conjunction with the chapter’s Design Awards presentation will be held at The Zembo Shrine in Harrisburg, PA. Built in 1928-29, the Zembo Shrine was designed in the Moorish Revival style, with flourishes of Art Deco, by noted local architect Charles Howard Lloyd. The Shriners selected Lloyd’s design following a heated competition involving some of Harrisburg’s best-known architects. A cavernous stone-and-masonry building, its unique design features include rooms full of dazzling, imported tiles, a large auditorium, and a 120-foot minaret. The day’s agenda features two (2) continuing education learning sessions, A tour of the Zembo Shrine, and a vendor exhibit; wrapping up with our Design Awards Presentation in the evening. Please keep a lookout for event updates and more information to follow in the coming months!
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