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To coordinate with national architecture organizations, publications, and non-profits. - January 22, 2016
After 50 years as a multi-award-winning architect, Frank Harmon will officially retire surrounded by friends, colleagues, and clients. - November 19, 2015
Architect magazine publishes its annual "Architect 50" list and the Raleigh-based firm is included once again. - September 24, 2015
Raleigh architect and educator Frank Harmon, FAIA, will be the keynote speaker for the 2015 Residential Design Forum presented by the American Institute of Architects Seattle, WA., chapter (AIA Seattle) on Monday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m.
Harmon, principal and founder of the award-winning firm Frank Harmon... - May 21, 2015
The event will honor local author Michael Welton and six North Carolina architects who draw by hand. - April 24, 2015
A four-hour session with Marlon Blackwell, Tom Kundig, Ellen Cassilly, and Scott Renk. - March 14, 2015
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Studio 804, a not-for-profit organization with K.U.'s School of Architecture, Design & Planning. - March 06, 2015
Representing Southern architects whose styles vary as much as the region. - January 14, 2015
The highest Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification. - December 12, 2014
The JC Raulston Arboretum Lath House at NC State University wins 2011 Honor Award from the North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects. - September 17, 2011
Frank Harmon Architect PA, a Raleigh, NC-based architectural firm headed by Frank Harmon FAIA, is one of the top 50 firms in the nation, according to Architect Magazine’s 2009 “Architect 50” ranking.
The professional journal’s annual ranking of the top U.S. firms is intended... - May 22, 2009
Will Lambeth and Tim Martin, architectural interns at Frank Harmon Architect PA in Raleigh, will be on hand at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Science’s Prairie Ridge Eco-Station in Raleigh on Thursday, May 14, to help the middle- and high-school members of the Citizen Science Investigators... - May 13, 2009
For the first time, the public gets to tour the intriguing modern home that seems to float high above Crabtree Creek in Raleigh. - March 15, 2009
Raleigh architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, uses wood construction and application for the university's first LEED Gold structure. - March 04, 2009
Two houses designed by Frank Harmon Architect PA of Raleigh, NC, have received 2009 Custom Home Design Awards in the “less than 3000 square feet” category. The awards are presented by Custom Home Magazine.
The 1800-square-foot Strickland-Ferris house in Raleigh received the coveted Grand... - February 11, 2009
Frank Harmon Architect PA in Raleigh is designing a thoroughly “green,” 12,000-square-foot Oyster Research Hatchery facility on the Coastal Marine Sciences campus at UNC-Wilmington for the North Carolina Division of Marine Fisheries.
The project is an outgrowth of a study Harmon worked on... - February 01, 2009
Frank Harmon, FAIA, an award-winning “green” architect and Professor in Practice at N.C. State University’s College of Design, will deliver the commencement address for the College’s December graduates, dean Marvin Malecha announced recently.
College of Design commencement exercises... - December 12, 2008
The eco-friendly Ocean Conservation Center, designed by "green" architect Frank Harmon, has all the right stuff to warrant one of the USGBC's highest rankings. - November 26, 2008
The view captured Frank Harmon's imagination.
Standing on a grassy bluff overlooking the French Broad River, the third oldest river in the world, the acclaimed Raleigh architect knew for sure that he wanted to design the buildings that would one day become UNC Asheville's Craft Campus.
The natural... - November 08, 2008
Frank Harmon, FAIA, principal of the award-winning Frank Harmon Architect in Raleigh, NC, will present a seminar entitled “Building Greener, Smarter, Sustainable Structures” during the Industrial Fabrics Association International (IFAI) Expo to be held in Charlotte, NC, October 21-23 at the... - October 11, 2008
Frank Harmon, FAIA, principal of the award-winning firm Frank Harmon Architect PA in Raleigh, NC, has been hired to conduct the feasibility study and to create the conceptual design for the Northern Neck Oyster Hatchery Project (NNOHP) in Virginia.
For the study -- the project’s Phase One –... - September 10, 2008
Architect Erin Sterling of Frank Harmon Architect PA in Raleigh is featured this month in Skirt! Magazine as a “green goddess.”
A key member of the firm’s design team, Erin is a LEED® accredited professional who brings her expertise to bear on many of Harmon’s finest environmentally... - August 16, 2008
“This is our generation’s contribution and a lasting testament to being sensitive to the church, the city, and the earth,” said Dr. Stephen Cofer-Shabica, chairman of the building committee task force, when the thoroughly “green” addition to the oldest church in Charleston,... - July 30, 2008
"Children and adults will learn about wetlands within a wetland," says architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, who has designed the Park's thorougly "green" education center. - July 19, 2008
The Lyceum Fellowship is the most prestigious of its kind in the world. - July 03, 2008
Frank Harmon, FAIA, principal of the award-winning firm Frank Harmon Architect in Raleigh, NC, and an adjunct professor in architecture in N.C. State University’s College of Design, will discuss the evolution of Modern architecture in the South when he presents his popular “Grits, Glass &... - June 13, 2008
Raleigh, NC-based architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, joined the Circular Congregational Church Building Committee on Thursday, April 24, in Charleston when the Historic Charleston Foundation presented the group with the Robert N.S. and Patti Foos Whitelaw Founder Award for the completely “green”... - April 27, 2008
Frank Harmon, FAIA, to address the American Institute of Architect's 2008 National Convention in Boston. - April 19, 2008
Award-winning landscape architect Judy Harmon, ASAL, and her husband, architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, will participate in a panel discussion entitled “What I Learned Doing My Own House” during Residential Design & Construction (RDC), a two-day convention and trade show for design and construction... - March 27, 2008
On Saturday, March 15, the North Carolina Department of Parks & Recreation will hold its groundbreaking ceremony to start construction of the LEED® Gold rated Merchants Mill Pond State Park Visitors Center in Gatesville, NC, the department’s first LEED®-rated building and a model for... - March 13, 2008
Award-winning "green" architect will join a panel discussion during "Between The Lines: Innovation In Art, Architecture and Design" event. - March 08, 2008
"Farmers had an instinctive way of building," Harmon explains. "They listened to the land." - February 17, 2008
When Modern architecture embraces the particulars of a place – the culture, climate, materials and landscape of the region in which it is built – it is no longer “stark” or “cold,” as detractors would suggest, but warm, charming and often quite “green.”
This... - February 09, 2008
The North Carolina component of the American Institute of Architects will have a completely "green" new headquarters building in downtown Raleigh. - February 02, 2008
Frank Harmon Architect is pleased to announce that Erin Sterling has successfully completed her registration exams and is a registered architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects.
Sterling, 29, has served as a project architect on many of the firm’s significant projects, including... - February 01, 2008
A modern house perched on a steep hillside in Raleigh’s established Laurel Hills neighborhood is featured this month in Architectural Record, one of the profession’s most respected journal.
Raleigh architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, designed the 1800-square-foot house for Lynda Strickland when... - January 29, 2008
“We talk about a concept and the artists take it from there,” Raleigh architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, told Residential Architect magazine in a recent article on the benefits of working with artists, rather than contractors, when a design detail needs a creative and often handmade solution. - January 14, 2008
First Presbyterian Church has hired an award-winning designer to bring visual unity and sustainability to its historic urban campus. - December 16, 2007
According to Raleigh, NC-based architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, the Seattle chapter of the American Institute of Architect’s 2007 Honor Awards program, which took place in November, is “the best state or local design awards I have juried. They should all be done this way.”
Harmon, principal... - December 09, 2007
Dwell, one of the nation’s leading monthly magazines covering modern architecture and design, has devoted its December-January “Conversation” section to Raleigh, NC-based architect Frank Harmon, FAIA.
Entitled “Let’s Be Frank,” the section is a Q&A-format discussion... - November 29, 2007
The new “green” addition to the oldest church in Charleston, designed by Raleigh, NC-based architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, is featured in an article entitled “Greening God’s House” that appears this week in AIArchitect, the American Institute of Architect’s online magazine
The... - November 02, 2007
When the Duke Endowment sponsored a conference last month to explore green building design and how it can be used to meet church congregation’s spiritual and economic needs, organizers invited Raleigh-based architect Frank Harmon to present an actual case study of a completely “green”... - October 13, 2007
A modern, environmentally sensitive house overlooking South Carolina’s picturesque Shem Creek, designed by Frank Harmon Architect in Raleigh, received an Honor Award from North Carolina Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA/NC) during the 207 Design and Chapter Awards presented September... - October 04, 2007
"Protection was a recurring theme throughout the project." -- architectural intern David Cole - September 26, 2007
Dwell magazine, one of the nation’s leading home design or “shelter,” magazines, and Residential Architect, a professional architectural journal based in Washington, D.C., have invited award-winning Raleigh architect Frank Harmon, FAIA, to participate in their annual national conferences... - August 10, 2007
Frank Harmon, FAIA, of Frank Harmon Architect in Raleigh, has agreed to chair and coordinate a panel of jurors for Brick SouthEast’s AIA/Georgia “Design With Brick” awards competition.
Brick Southeast (BSE) is a Charlotte, NC-based trade organization that represents the Southeast's... - August 07, 2007
Frank Harmon Architect, an award-winning firm based in Raleigh, has designed four of the lake-side residences, or “cabins,” and an outdoor pavilion that will comprise a unique, environmentally sustainable development near Beaver Lake, Arkansas, known as “Lost Rock.” Harmon is... - June 25, 2007
Attending designers will gain a greater understanding of new techniques and methods for designing and building “green” architecture in the Southeast and beyond. - June 17, 2007
"This is the best place I could ask to be." -- architectural intern Will Lambeth - June 02, 2007
Frank Harmon, FAIA, principal of Frank Harmon Architect in Raleigh, recently received a Merit Award from the Triangle AIA Awards program for a house he designed on Shem Creek in Charleston, South Carolina, that is quickly garnering national attention. It will be featured in both Architectural Record... - May 11, 2007
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