Architecture

Only in Sarasota: Center for Architecture Sarasota

For this month's Only in Sarasota illustration, John Pirman sketches the newly restored Center for Architecture Sarasota.

Illustrations by John Pirman January 25, 2016 Published in the February 2016 issue of Sarasota Magazine

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The newly restored building that serves as headquarters for the Center for Architecture Sarasota was originally designed in 1960 by William Rupp and Joe Farrell. As John Pirman was passing by the building, which is now called the McCulloch Pavilion, he spotted two girls whizzing by on skateboards. “That sight reflected the youth the building has recently recaptured,” he says. “It’s a fine example of how Sarasota’s modern architecture can be repurposed and used by everyone.”

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