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Category:Earth sciences software Category:Earth sciences graphics softwareChristopher Robin Burns Christopher Robin Burns (October 18, 1938 – December 13, 2006) was a highly regarded American architect best known for designing the Sherman House, the sole surviving building from the Esplanade Avenue Historic District, a national historic district located in the Near Northside of Indianapolis, Indiana. Career After earning a bachelor's degree in architecture from Cornell University in 1960, Burns became a founding partner of the architectural firm of Burns & Burns. Their primary clients were medical and educational institutions, and the firm's work, with great attention to detail, was noted for the preservation of both classical and modern design. The Sherman House was commissioned in 1974. Burns' design, a mixture of historic and modern references, was unprecedented in the Near Northside area of Indianapolis. The single-story structure, which contains a two-story "screened patio" on its north elevation, was constructed on the site of the former Dittman School for Girls. The Brick House project The Brick House, a $4.1 million residential project in Indianapolis, was a collaborative venture between Burns & Burns and the Indianapolis Civic Design Center (ICDC), which was formed by architect and developer Joanne Girardin, along with professor of architecture Terry Gifford. The project was founded on the concept that the rapid pace of urban redevelopment in Indianapolis had resulted in the destruction of many neighborhoods. Girardin and the ICDC were able to use their connections to the developer, SLS Development, to facilitate the design process. The resulting house was constructed in 1994 in a quiet area of the city's near north side and incorporated many of the design elements of the Sherman House in its overall plan. Death He died on December 13, 2006 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Awards Burns was awarded a Gold Medal from the American Institute of Architects in 2005. He received the Smead Award in 1985 from the University of Notre Dame's LaCrosse Center for Architecture, which is given "to an architect who has distinguished him or herself by exceptional excellence in design and architectural skill." In 1984, he received the National Design Award from the Smithsonian's Cooper-Hewitt Museum. The City of Indianapolis honored him with the Marion County Award for Distinguished Service in Public Architecture in 2004. References Category:1938 births Category:2006 deaths Category:Architects




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