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Happy 62nd Anniversary Liollio!

Mez Joseph


Happy 62nd Anniversary Liollio Architecture! It was this day, August 1, 1956, in which our founder Demetrios Jimmy Constantine Liollio opened the doors to his own Charleston-based architectural practice, which still thrives today as Liollio Architecture. Notable projects for which he was involved include the Blessed Sacrament Church, Bank in the Oaks on James Island, and the Folly Beach Ocean Plaza.

Like today, August 1, 1956 also fell on a Wednesday and was the 214th day of the year. The next time you can reuse your old 1956 calendar will be in the year 2040. Both calendars will be exactly the same! This is excluding the dates for Easter and other irregular holidays that are based on a lunisolar calendar.

The year 1956 in architecture involved some significant events:

Buildings Opened
Price Tower, Bartlesville OK, United States, Frank Lloyd Wright
Theater Münster, Germany, Werner Ruhnau, Harald Deilmann, Max von Hausen & Ortwin Rave
Council House, Bristol, England, Vincent Harris
Torre Latinoamericana, Mexico, Augusto H. Alvarez
Luzhniki Stadium, Moscow, Russia

Buildings Completed
Capitol Records Building, Hollywood CA, World's 1st round office building, Welton Becket
S. R. Crown Hall, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, Mies van der Rohe
General Motors Technical Center, Warren MI, Eero Saarinen
Latvian Academy of Sciences, Riga, Latvia, designed by Lev Rudnev
Maisons Jaoul, Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, Le Corbusier
Mausoleum of Genghis Khan, Inner Mongolia, People's Republic of China
Vidhana Soudha, Bangalore, India, Kengal Hanumanthaiah
Bank of England Printing Works at Loughton, Howard Robertson
Rødovre Town Hall, Denmark, Arne Jacobsen
St Mark's Church, Stockholm, Sweden, Sigurd Lewerentz
Faculty of Letters Building - University of Reading, England, Howard Robertson