The Cultural Landscape Foundation
Shaking Their Yankee Foundations: Evolving Modernist Ambitions,  October 8, 2010 at the Atlanta History Center


David N. Fixler, FAIA, LEED AP

Mr. Fixler is an architect with EYP specializing in working with historic buildings, in particular those of the modern movement, including Alvar Aalto’s Baker House at MIT and the United Nations Headquarters in New York. A frequent writer and lecturer on architecture and preservation, Mr. Fixler has had his design and written work published both domestically and internationally in such magazines as Architecture, Architectural Record, the Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians, the APT Bulletin, Metropolis, CRM – The Journal of Heritage Stewardship, Traditional Building, Spazio (Italy), and PTAH (Finland).  He has lectured and taught at Columbia University; the Universities of Iowa, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Virginia; MIT; Wellesley College; Wentworth Institute; and the Boston Architectural Center. He has served as a design juror at RISD, Roger Williams, and MIT, and conceived, helped to organize, and participated in numerous conferences on a wide range of architecture and preservation topics.  Mr. Fixler is active in many professional organizations including serving as a co-founder and president of DOCOMOMO-US/New England, co-chair of the Association for Preservation Technology (APTI) Technical Committee on Modern Heritage and Preservation Officer for the Society of Architectural Historians.