Residential Project By Thomas Kligerman
Photo by William Waldron
Classical Lecture Series, Lecture IV
Thomas A. Kligerman
Please join acclaimed architect Thomas A. Kligerman as he discusses influences on Ike Kligerman Barkley’s houses, both built and on the boards. Kligerman considers American architecture from the shingle style cottages to the Anasazi ruins of the Southwest and the west coast’s Spanish Missions.
Thomas A. Kligerman was raised in Connecticut and New Mexico, and spent years in France and England as a student. These experiences sparked his interest in the rich history of domestic architecture, gardens and landscapes. Before co-founding Ike Kligerman Barkley, Tom worked for Robert A. M. Stern Architects. He received his Bachelor of Arts from Columbia University and his Master of Architecture from Yale School of Architecture. He is passionate about the design process, and loves studying and creating architectural models. IKB is known nationally and internationally and has been published in magazines such as Architectural Digest, Veranda, Luxe., Elle Décor, House Beautiful and Ocean Home Magazine. IKB has been a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100 since 1995. Tom has served on the board of several charitable and educational institutions and served as president of The Sir John Soane's Museum Foundation for 8 years. Tom frequently participates on design panels across the country. He lectures regularly; recent topics include the cultural and architectural history of Cuba, the influence of the Shingle Style in American design as well as the intersection of modern and traditional architecture. Last year Tom spent 6 weeks in Italy as a Visiting Scholar at the American Academy in Rome. He has spent summers in Weekapaug, Rhode Island since 1967.
This event is generously hosted by Harbinger
752 North La Cienega Blvd.
West Hollywood, California 90069
This is the fourth lecture of the 2018 the Classical Lecture Series. The Series will conclude with:
November 7, Janice Parker
Free for 2018 Classical Lecture Series Pass Holders
Individual Lecture Ticket: $30 - ICAA Members; $55 - General Public
The 2018 Classical Lecture Series is made possible by the generous support from:
Gordon Gibson Construction
The Nanz Company
Kitchell Custom Homes
Richard Holz, Inc.
Shawn Nelson Builders
Vanwert Technology Design