The tour of the site will be guided by the landscape designer, Barkley David Smith, and the building tour will be led by architect, Dennis Hodgin.
Tour led by architect Dennis Hodgin
Dennis Hodgin, Project Architect
Mr. Hodgin is a graduate of the School of Architecture at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, he studied and worked his fifth year of architecture in Sweden and did graduate work at George Washington University.
He has been a licensed Architect in California since 1976 and the next year established the firm Dennis Hodgin AIA Architects in Monterey.
experience in the profession encompasses a wide range of building types, including residential, mixed-use, commercial, hospital, and educational buildings.
Some of his
noted projects include the historical renovation of the Marsh oriental art building in Monterey, surgery centers at CHOMP and Palo Alto Medical Center
, a computer science building at the Naval Postgraduate School
and the first strawbale building in Monterey County.
While president of the local AIA, he received the prestigious Robert Stanton Award for his contribution to the field of architecture in 2003.
was the instigator and chair of the international AIA
competition, Concepts, providing housing solutions for the Monterey Bay area.
He has served on a variety of local governmental boards and commissions and has received a variety of design awards.
is living and working in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico where he
has a small office and still maintains his
firm and practice in Monterey.