The Institute of Classical Art and Architecture (ICAA) recently premiered a mini-documentary film, Robert A.M. Stern: Always a Student, highlighting the long career and deep contributions of architect, Robert A.M. Stern.
“Featuring in-depth interviews with Robert A.M. Stern, founding partner of RAMSA, and partners Gary Brewer and Melissa DelVecchio, this inspiring documentary explores the contributions that Stern has made to architecture and education.”
Stern is considered one of the premier practitioners of classical architecture and was the Dean of the Yale School of Architecture for 18 years, stepping down from that role in 2016.
Based in New York, Stern made his mark in Dallas, designing the Baron estate, which recently sold.
Featured in Architectural Digest, this grand home is described as renowned architect, Robert A. M. Stern’s, “finest pieds-à-terre. Indeed, with its clever planning, top-drawer materials, venerable proportions and courageous victory over difficult scale, the house seems likely to stand the very test of time it already appears so convincingly to have stood.”
Stern’s work on the estate was so impressive, he was later tapped to design the George W. Bush Presidential Library.