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  1. Laura Terry

    Laura Terry studied architecture at Auburn University’s College of Architecture, Design and Construction, where she received a Bachelor in Environmental Design in 1993. After working in ...

    02.25.09

  2. Normal Projects

    Normal Projects is a multidisciplinary research based architecture and design practice. We work with network of design professionals including architects, engineers, industrial designers,...

    02.25.09

  3. Shane Coen

    Shane Coen is a principal and the founder of Coen + Partners.  Over the past sixteen years, Coen + Partners’ work has been recognized as progressive and timeless; receiving over fifteen...

    02.27.09

  4. Charles Birnbaum

    Charles Birnbaum is the coordinator of the Historic Landscape Initiative, a program of the National Park Service Heritage Preservation Services Program. Prior to...

    02.27.09

  5. Walter Hood

    Through his pioneering work as an 'urbanist,' Hood has integrated architectural features such as playgrounds, plazas and squares into city sites whose pasts are vibrant but forgotten. By reflecting...

    02.27.09

  6. Koji Tsutsui

    Koji Tsutsui

    03.01.09

  7. Tadao Ando

    Tadao Ando

    From his studio in Osaka, Japan, Pritzker Prize–winning architect Tadao Ando produces minimalist, poetic riffs on the built environment, including quiet, meditative spaces for churches,...

    03.02.09

  8. Alvar Aalto

    Alvar Aalto

    One of the 20th century’s great International Style architects, Alvar Aalto (1898–1976) is renowned for synthesizing the precepts of modernism with expressionist organic forms and...

    03.02.09

  9. Josef Albers

    In the post–WWII American quest to collect former Bauhaus teachers, Yale University found one in German artist and color theorist Josef Albers. In 1971, Albers became the first living artist...

    03.02.09

  10. Ron Arad

    Ron Arad

    Israel-born designer Ron Arad (born 1951) has made a name for himself with highly expressive sculptural furniture, employing a variety of materials, from high-tech to ready-made. Trained at the...

    03.02.09

  11. Erik Asplund

    Sweden's original contributor to the International Style, Asplund was the creative force behind the 1930 Stockholm Exhibition and a signatory of the country’s first proclamation of modernism,...

    03.02.09

  12. Eric Corey Freed

    Eric Corey Freed

    organicARCHITECT was founded in 1997 by Eric Corey Freed as an alternative to the traditional design practice. Today, our team practices what he preached. We believe green design does not...

    03.03.09

  13. Robert Rummer

    During the 1960s and '70s, World War II veteran Robert Rummer built more than 1,000 "Rummers" in West Portland, Lake Oswego, Newberg and Gresham.

    03.04.09

  14. Brian White

    Brian White received an undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee and a Master's of Architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. He has also studied abroad in Europe and South...

    03.04.09

  15. Luis Barragán

    Luis Barragán

    Luis Barragán (1902-1988) was one of the most influential designers to come out of Mexico in the twentieth century. Though the power and beauty of his work in light and space has a clear...

    03.04.09

  16. Peter Behrens

    Peter Behrens created the first-ever unified corporate identity and system of interchangeable parts, which have since become standard operating procedure. As an architect, he designed one of the...

    03.04.09

  17. Andrea Branzi

    Andrea Branzi

    Italian designer and architect Andrea Branzi (1939-) once described himself as someone who saw “architecture not as the art of building but as a much more articulated form of thought.”...

    03.04.09

  18. Denise Scott Brown

    The leading lady of Venturi, Scott Brown, and Associates in Philadelphia, Denise Scott Brown met her husband and partner, Robert Venturi, while teaching urban planning—and concurrently...

    03.04.09

  19. Gordon Bunshaft

    MIT-educated architect and Inter-national Style acolyte Gordon Bunshaft brought modernism to corporate America when in 1952 he designed the Lever House, a 24-story glass-clad office building, in...

    03.04.09

  20. Achille Castiglioni

    Achille Castiglioni

    Achille Castiglioni, an Italian designer known for turning everyday industrial items into modern masterpieces, was born in 1913 in Milan. He studied architecture and then began designing with his...

    01.25.10

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