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  1. Oscar Niemeyer

    Oscar Niemeyer

    At 102, Oscar Niemayer (1907-) is both the most important and the oldest working Brazilian architect. He did more than any other designer to bring the precepts of the International Style to South...

    02.10.10

  2. Paul Rudolph

    Paul Rudolph

    Paul Rudolph was an American architect born in Kentucky in 1918. As an undergraduate, he studied architecture at Auburn University (Alabama Polytechnic at that time), then completed a graduate...

    02.16.10

  3. Victor Papanek

    Victor Papanek

    Victor Papanek is considered one of the forefathers of sustainable and human-centered design. Born in 1927 in Vienna, Austria, he studied design and architecture in the United States, working under...

    02.16.10

  4. Dan Kiley

    Dan Kiley

    Dan Kiley (1912-2004) was an American landscape architect who did much to further the modern idiom in his field. Though he studied at Harvard University he left before completing his degree, then...

    02.24.10

  5. Jean Prouve

    Jean Prouve

    As one of modernism's early great practitioners, and one of the finest designers France has produced, Jean Prouve (1901-1984) bridged the gap between industrial production and aesthetic grace....

    03.01.10

  6. Charles Moore

    Charles Moore

    Architect Charles Moore (1925-2003) was born in Michigan, trained as an architect at Ann Arbor and did some of his first building with the Army Corps of Engineers during the Korean War. After the...

    03.05.10

  7. Harry Gesner

    03.10.10

  8. Geoffrey Bawa

    03.10.10

  9. Louis Kahn

    Louis Kahn

    Louis Kahn (1901-1974) may not have as many built works as his contemporaries Le Corbusier or Mies van der Rohe but the legacy he left stands just as tall and reaches just as far. Born in Estonia...

    03.09.10

  10. Michael Graves

    Michael Graves

    American architect Michael Graves founded his practice in Princeton, New Jersey, in 1964. Since the early 1980s, his work directly influenced the transformation of urban architecture from the...

    03.10.10

  11. Victor Lundy

    03.10.10

  12. Jerry Lomax

    03.10.10

  13. Eliot Noyes

    Eliot Noyes

    Part of the raft of Harvard-trained mid-century American designers, Eliot Noyes (1910-1977) is most notable for his work in corporate America. His clients included IBM, Mobil Oil and institutions...

    03.15.10

  14. Peter Blake

    03.10.10

  15. Robert Royston

    03.10.10

  16. Ralph Rapson

    03.10.10

  17. Ben van Berkel

    Ben van Berkel

    Born in the Netherlands in 1957, architect Ben van Berkel is one of the country’s most prominent modern designers practicing today. After studying architecture at the Rietveld Academy in...

    03.11.10

  18. Ray Crites

    03.12.10

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