More than 75 enthusiasts of classical architecture and members of the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s Southeast chapter gathered at a Buckhead home designed by the Classicist architect Philip Trammell Shutze to enjoy a spring dinner. Held at the estate of Debby and Mark Pirrung on Tuxedo Road, the event included the opportunity to admire Shutze’s original 1929 design, the present-day restoration of the home by architect Norman Davenport Askins and interior designer Jackye Lanham, a chapter board member. The chapter sponsors the annual Shutze Awards, recognizing the finest talent among today’s architects and designers.

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