Max is our studio mascot- he's been there for almost every meeting or work day. Luckily, everyone loves him so there were no issues.
Loewenstein taught at UNCG (then Woman's College) a couple of years- the class he taught was a combined art and home economic majors and they designed and built a house. Here is the class in front of the 1965 commencement house (there were 3 built, and they were called commencement houses because the juniors and seniors built them).
My class went to Wellspring retirement community to interview people who lived in Loewenstein houses or knew him, and afterward we took this picture with Jane Levy, Loewenstein's daughter.
A few of us at Elon University School of law where another part of the exhibit is. The building it's in is the old Greensboro public library- a building designed by Edward Loewenstein and Gregory Ivy. We had just finished installing and are pretty happy with ourselves.
Rob and I in front of the exhibit- not the best picture of Rob, I think he was just ready to go at this point.
The class posing for one more group photo at the opening- this time our professor Patrick is in with us.