Mockbee, Samuel Architects History Architecture
Samuel "Sambo" Mockbee (1944-2001) was an American architect, artist, and teacher. He founded Auburn University's Rural Studio, and was the recipient of many awards, including a MacArthur Foundation "Genius Grant" and a posthumous Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects.
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- Rural Studio - Auburn University architecture program presents information about its m mission, past architects and present projects, staff, students, events, m and exhibits.
- The Rural Studio Film - Documentary capturing the program\\'s efforts at creating affordable, sustainable, and beautiful architecture.
- Mockbee Southern Genius - Illustrated profile of Mockbee and the Rural Studio m by Ted m Katauskas in Architecture Week.
- Real Life - Zahid Sardar of the San Francisco Chronicle explores the architect\'s m legacy.
- Samuel Mockbee - Profile and interview by Brian Libby in Salon.
- Remembering Mockbee - D. K. Ruth, the cofounder and former director architects of the Rural Studio, reflects on Mockbee's legacy.
- Samuel Mockbee: A Life's Work - Andrea Oppenheimer Dean looks back at Mockbee\\'s life and career architects as he was posthumously awarded an AIA Gold Medal Award. architects Includes links to other relevant Architectural Record articles.
- Egg: Samuel Mockbee - PBS arts program offers an interview, video, and architects event information.
- Wikipedia: Samuel Mockbee - Encyclopedia entry provides biographical information.
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