Presentation by John D. S. Hatch, FAIA, LEED AP
Join us for this illustrated presentation which will depict an overview of changes that have occurred to Trenton’s urban form over the last 80 years. Hatch will then talk about recent projects that seek to re-knit the City and its neighborhoods together.
$10 non-members, $8 members
Complimentary light refreshments and tours of the museum
About the Presenter:
In his more than 25 years with Clarke Caton Hintz, John Hatch has managed the design of an array of architecturally significant buildings. These include the restoration of Morven, the former governor’s mansion in Princeton, the Roebling Complex Re-development, and the restoration of the Hunterdon County Courthouse. In addition to his historic work, he has managed a large number of civic projects and studies, and a wide variety of other projects, including a large number of College and University projects, several senior citizen housing projects, the Somerset Ballpark, and commercial and government projects. All of his projects address issues of context, civic life and sustainability. In addition to his design work, John has written and lectured about such topics as historic preservation, sustainability and urban redevelopment.