Architecture Showcased at Radnor Memorial Library

The presentation will be on display for the rest of the month of February.


Local Architect Maurice Weintraub has created a display celebrating the subject of Architecture. 

Nestled in the foyer showcases of the Radnor Memorial Library the display features a collage of his drawings and inspiring quotes from renowned architects throughout history. Also on display are some of his favorite books from his personal collection featuring classic titles relating to architecture, art, design and construction. 

To balance the composition, Weintraub has sprinkled a collection of curious objects either found, created or left over from projects.  Finally, the center piece of the presentation includes three of his own residential projects. 

Weintraub’s presentation will be on display for the month of February.

LB February 19, 2013 at 10:11 PM
Do all local businesses have the opportunity to use this space for free advertising or is the library renting the space as a fundraiser?
Kathy Mulroy February 22, 2013 at 04:58 PM
LB--Local businesses (or other local organizations) that can create a display that is educational like MEW's are welcome to submit an application for use of the cases--there is no charge. Displays that are just advertisements for a business are not acceptable--but the Wayne Business Association is developing a "Shop Wayne" display for December 2013 so this is an opportunity for local businesses. The display application can be found at http://www.radnorlibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/DisplayPolicy-App.pdf Contact the WBA at info@waynebusiness.com. P.S. the next available month for a display is April 2014! Kathy Mulroy, Radnor Memorial Library Director


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