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


Scott Slarsky, Assoc. AIA

Mr. Slarsky is an award-winning designer with over a decade of design and project management experience.  A winner of the prestigious William Kinne Traveling Fellowship from Columbia University, he began his architectural career in the studios of Rafael Moneo and Juan Navarro Baldeweg in Madrid, Spain. Working collaboratively with Bob Miklos and other members of designLAB Architects, Mr. Slarsky has provided design leadership for numerous projects and architectural competitions internationally, among them the Arkell Museum, the Blackstone River Valley Visitors Center, the Skillman Library at Lafayette College, the Grosse Pointe Public Library, the World Headquarters for the International Fund for Animal Welfare, and the Rare Book Library at the Max Planck Institute in Rome. Mr. Slarsky received a Master of Architecture degree from Columbia University in New York City, and his Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Science from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.  He has been a visiting scholar at the School of Architecture at the University of Arizona at Tucson and teaches regularly at Northeastern University’s School of Architecture.