Claude Armstrong, Architect

Claude Armstrong, Architect

Claude Armstrong, Architect

Claude Edward Armstrong – 1952

Education:

1974 – 1979 – Bachelor of Architecture, City College of New York, New York City, New York

1979 – 1982 – Master of Architecture, Columbia University, New York City, New York

Registered:

Florida

Academic Appointments:

Professor, School of Architecture, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

2006 – 2009 – Research Associate, Historic Preservation Program, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida

Firms:

1992 – Armstrong + Cohen, Gainesville, Florida

Professional Affiliations:

American Institute of Architects (AIA) Florida North Chapter

Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)

Notable Works:

2006 – Pla Residence, Creekside Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida. Built on the site of the original family’s Mid-Century Modern home that was destroyed by fire.

2010 – Great Hall House Addition, Forest Park Replat Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida. The original residence was built in 1949.

2006 – Pla Residence,
Creekside Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida.
Built on the site of the original family’s Mid-Century Modern home
that was destroyed by fire.
2010 – Great Hall House Addition,
Forest Park Replat Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida.
The original residence was built in 1949.
2010 – Model Great Hall House Addition,
Forest Park Replat Neighborhood,
Gainesville, Florida.
The original residence was built in 1949.
2010 – Great Hall House Addition  Design Plans, Forest Park Replat Neighborhood, Gainesville, Florida.
The original residence was built in 1949.