Tag Archives: John B. Murray

A summer program in architecture at Carnegie Mellon in Pittsburgh changed the career direction of John Murray from uninspired pre-med student to architect. And, from his large and distinguished body of work, fifteen projects are presented in his new book CLASSICAL INVENTION, THE ARCHITECTURE OF JOHN MURRAY.  The book confirms my belief that Murray’s decision to immerse himself in the language of classical design was the right one–his work  has certainly enriched the lives of his patrons and clients.

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