An Interview with 2019 Summer Studio in Classical Architecture Alumnus Gary Glinsey
This interview is part of the series "Where Are They Now?", exploring emerging professionals' careers following their time studying in the ICAA's educational programs.
“It is necessary to know of architecture when you're designing communities, because it is how people live, where people live - and being able to see that design process, and helping with that design process, I think will help to better communities in the future.”
Gary Glinsey attended the ICAA's Summer Studio in Classical Architecture during the summer of 2019. Since he graduated from the program, Gary has continued his studies at Hampton University, where he is a fourth-year architecture major pursuing his master’s degree. In this video, Gary reflects on how his experiences in the program have influenced his thinking on architectural design, and what he plans to do in the future with his training in classical architecture.
2020 Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective
This interview is presented as part of the 2020 Driehaus Summer Studio Retrospective, a four-week series of daily online content inspired by the ICAA's Summer Studio in Classical Architecture program and the many students who have been impacted through its unique course of study. You can find additional programs in this series here.
The ICAA expresses gratitude to The Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Lead Trust for its sponsorship of these programs.