The Work of Architect Edwin H. Lundie, FAIA (1886-1972)

  • Tuesday, February 28, 2017
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • The University Club

The Work of Architect Edwin H. Lundie, FAIA (1886-1972)

Please join the Cass Gilbert Society meeting, open to the public,
where I will be giving a 25-minute scripted slide presentation
highlighting the career and works of architect Edwin H. Lundie, FAIA
(1886-1972). Lundie began his career, just out of high school, in Cass
Gilbert’s St. Paul office in 1904, and then became a draftsman in the
office of Emmanuel Masqueray. After Masqueray's death in 1917, Lundie
set up his own practice in the Endicott Building, where he spent the
remainder of his career, specializing in residences, timber-frame
cabins, and country estates for prestigious Minnesota clients. As a
resident-owner of a Lundie-designed house, I have researched the
architect’s work and have published the new book "Edwin H. Lundie,
Five Decades: A Journey of Art and Architecture.” This narrated
presentation will feature Lundie’s drawings and selected photographs
of his commissions.

Cass Gilbert Society:

Edwin Lundie wikipedia:

Hope to see you on the 28th for a lively discussion!

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