George Nakashima Arts Building and Cloister Conservation & Management Plan
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Grantee Organization: Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania, Penn Praxis
Grant Year: 2015
Architect: George Nakashima
Country: United States
Year Building Completed: 1967
A conservation management plan for George Nakashima's house and studio in New Hope, Pennsylvania.
Nakashima Arts Building: Conservation Management Plan, Appendices
© 2017 David T. Biggs, Michael C. Henry, Nicholas Pevsner, Ronald W. Anthony, Nakashima Foundation for Peace/George Nakashima Woodworkers, University of Pennsylvania.
Except as set forth below, licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 4.0 International license
Works credited to Ezra Stoller/Esto © Ezra Stoller/Esto. All rights reserved.
Works credited to Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania, Courtesy Architectural Archives of the University of Pennsylvania. All rights reserved.
Works credited to Ben Shahn, © Estate of Ben Shahn. Published with permission of the family of Ben Shahn. All rights reserved.
Eduardo Catalano’s Hyperbolic Paraboloid, 1955, p. 34, Author Unknown.
From left to right: Ben Shahn.“Maximus of Tyre,” “Poet,” “I Think Continually…” (shown in situ, May 1967), and “Gandhi.”, p. 52, Author Unknown.
Read more about the conservation plan:
George Nakashima's Arts Building and Cloister: A Conservation and Management Plan
George Nakashima's Arts Building and Cloister: A Program for Conservation