Life and Career of Aaron Green

Lecture | March 12 | 6:30-8 p.m. | Wurster Hall, Wurster Gallery, Room 121

 Allan Wright Green; Jan Novie

 Environmental Design Archives

Join us for our third Gallery Talk this academic year with Allan Wright Green and Jan Novie!

Tuesday, March 12, 2019
Wurster Gallery, Room 121

6:30 to 7pm- Light Refreshments
7 to 8pm - Lecture

Free to UC Berkeley Students, Staff, Faculty, and Friends of the EDA

Suggested $10 donation for those outside UC Berkeley

Aaron G. Green FAIA was an internationally known organic architect of “striking originality and grace.” His diversified architectural works include residential, commercial, industrial, municipal, judicial, religious, interment, mass housing, and educational projects. The lecture will discuss the life and career of Aaron Green.

Allan Wright Green is Aaron Green's son. He has degrees in fine arts and design from UCLA and has worked as a graphic designer and art director for clients all over the world, including several projects for his father. Allan retired after 43 years in the wine business in Mendocino County when he sold his winery, Greenwood Ridge Vineyards, in 2016.

Jan Novie Joined Aaron Green's firm in 1965. This was a critical and extraordinary turning point in his life, leading to a lifetime career in organic architecture with Aaron Green as his mentor. Jan serves as an advisor to the Taliesin Fellows Board of Directors and in the past served on the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation Board of Advisors.

 CA, designarchives@berkeley.edu, 5106425124