In 2005, the Chapter conducted interviews with Cecil Alexander, FAIA and Edward Daugherty, FASLA, important figures in Georgia’s post-war era design culture.

Interviewed amidst ongoing renovation work at the Alexander Residence (Alexander and Rothschild,1957), Cecil Alexander described the design and construction of the house, and later discussed in detail his career, projects, and observations about Atlanta and its architectural community.

At his home office/studio, Edward Daugherty discussed his education and early professional experiences. He described his involvement with a multitude of landscape, planning, and architectural projects, including work with significant local and national architectural firms. Edward illustrated this work using his collection of project drawings and photographs.

Read more in a forthcoming newsletter.