Associate Professor Emeritus
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Patrick Snadon is associate professor in the School of Architecture and Interior Design where he teaches design studios, the history of interior design, and historic preservation studios. His scholarship and writing focus upon American architecture and interiors. He is completing a book on the houses and interiors of architect Benjamin Henry Latrobe (1764-1820) and is consulting on the restoration of historic buildings, including two Latrobe houses (Decatur House in Washington, D.C. for the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the Pope Villa in Lexington, KY for the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation). He received the South East Society of Architectural Historians Award for best article of 2001 for an article which he co-authored on the White House. He has published numerous articles, essays and encyclopedia entries on American architecture and interiors.
History of Interior Design History of Architecture Historic Preservation American Architecture and Interiors, 18th-20th-centuries