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REACH: Architecture of The Freelon Group

On exhibit at the Wolk Gallery now through April 13.

The Freelon Group, Architects, is a 55-person design firm founded in 1990 by Philip Freelon (MArch ‘77). Located in Durham, N.C., The Freelon Group specializes in the design of museums and cultural centers, and educational and research facilities. Their projects have included the National Center for Civil & Human Rights in Atlanta, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in Baltimore, and the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco.

Now through April 13, 10 projects from The Freelon Group are on exhibit at the Wolk Gallery; an extensive online exhibit tour is also available.

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