The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Landscapes for Living: Post War Landscape Architecture in Georgia,  November 5, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


Thomas F. Little

Mr. Little has been involved in the documentation, preservation, and rehabilitation of historic buildings and sites throughout his career. He graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor’s Degree of Architecture in 1984 and from Georgia State University in 2003 with a Masters of Heritage Preservation, Mr. Little is a LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional. He received the Jenny D. Thurston Memorial Award for Outstanding Preservation Professional from the Atlanta Urban Design Commission, and serves on the Board of Trustees of the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation and on the Board of Directors of Easements Atlanta.

Mr. Little’s commitment to preservation of historic resources and sustainable design is evidenced by his professional and volunteer work: As co-founder of the Georgia DOCOMOMO/US Chapter, he helped to identify and raise awareness of numerous 20th-century resources; he has presented on the subject of historic preservation and sustainable design at local and regional conferences; he has been directly involved with the adaptive use and LEED™ certification of historic buildings; and is actively involved with local and statewide preservation organizations.