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  1. Workbook of an Unsuccessful Architect by Harris Stone, 1974-07-01
  2. James G. Blaine: Architect of Empire (Biographies in American Foreign Policy) by Edward P. Crapol, 1999-11-01
  3. Augustus John: The New Biography by Michael Holroyd, 2005-03-30
  4. Frank Lloyd Wright: A Biography by Meryle Secrest, 1998-05-08
  5. The Seuss, the Whole Seuss and Nothing But the Seuss: A Visual Biography of Theodor Seuss Geisel by Charles D. Cohen, 2004-02-24
  6. Alan Turing: The Architect of the Computer Age (Impact Biography) by Ted Gottfried, 1996-10
  7. Cass Gilbert: Midwestern Architect in New York (Dissertations in American Biography) by Robert A. Jones, 1985-06
  8. Frank Lloyd Wright: Maverick Architect (Lerner Biographies) by Frances A. Davis, 1996-10
  9. Rodin: A Biography by Frederic V. Grunfeld, 1998-03-21
  10. Mary Colter: Architect of the Southwest by Arnold Berke, 2002-03-27
  11. Alfred Stieglitz: A Biography by Richard Whelan, 1997-10
  12. Vincent Van Gogh: A Biography by Julius Meier-Graefe, 1987-01-01
  13. The Architectural Legacy of Wallace A. Rayfield: Pioneer Black Architect of Birmingham, Alabama by Allen R. Durough, 2010-06-20
  14. Architects of Fortune: Mies Van Der Rohe and the Third Reich by Elaine S. Hochman, 1990-08

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22. - Society Of Architectural Historians
AMERICAN ARCHITECTS' BIOGRAPHIES Surnames beginning with letter R RABY, GEORGE An architect, died in St. Louis, Missouri, November 10, 1925. He was born in Manchester, England

23. Awesome Library - Arts - Architecture
Architects Biographies ( - Craven) Provides biographies of some of the most influential architects.1-02 . Architects - Palladio, Andrea ( - Craven)
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      Provides a short biography and related resources on the Renaissance architect. "Andrea Palladio is often described as the most influential, and most copied, architect in the Western world." 3-01

  • Architects - Sullivan, Louis Henri ( - Craven)
      Provides a short biography and related resources on a very influential architect. "Louis Sullivan is widely considered America's first truly modern architect. Instead of imitating historic styles, he created original forms and details." Sometimes visitors misspell as Louise Henry. 3-01

  • Architects - Wright, Frank Lloyd ( - Craven)
      Provides a short biography and related resources on a very influential architect. Sometimes visitors misspell as Loyd. 3-01

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  • 24. Architects Biographies Index
    William Martin Aitken. 500 Federal Avenue Castle Museum (Site 4) Click here to read biography . A. Barrows Garnsey. 310 South Jefferson Avenue - Grace United Methodist

    25. Architects HGW | Hanna Gabriel Wells
    Offers architectural, urban design, planning, and interior design services. Project portfolio and architect biographies.
    This will be a message that explains that you do not have the appropirate resolutions to view the site. ARCHITECTS hanna gabriel wells is a diverse architectural firm with experience in many aspects of the built environment, including civic, commercial, institutional and residential architecture and interior design. The firm is committed to a collaborative approach to design where clients, consultants and builders become part of the design team, working hand-in-hand with the architects and engineers. Architects HGW was established in 1997 with J. Randel Hanna AIA, James Gabriel AIA and Matthew B. Wells AIA, as partners in charge; and is functionally organized as a design studio utilizing the talents of the entire staff.
    The studio approach enables Architects-HGW to work as a closely-knit team with each architect contributing his or her best talents and professional expertise. The ideas which shape their work share a common interest in creating strong spatial relationships between each building and its surroundings. These ideas are heavily influenced by the subtle qualities of the Southern California climate, the character of the landscape, the exploration of material and construction, and the unique character of each client. Hanna Gabriel Wells has intentionally tried to pursue different building and project types, with the belief that non-specialization leads to broader more open-minded thinking. Each project can be seen with new eyes and thought about with questioning minds- defaults and formula methods are to be avoided.

    26. The Story Of Architecture | Architecture | Phaidon Store
    Completely redesigned with more than 400 illustrations, new maps, time charts and architects' biographies ; Fully updated text and expanded treatment of modern and contemporary
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    A comprehensive history of architecture worldwide, with illustrations, plans and maps. Patrick Nuttgens Editions: Price: USD$39.95 This edition is temporarily out of stock Email me when this item becomes available Please fill in or confirm your details below - we will email you as soon as this item becomes available: Email: First Name: Last Name: Country: [Please Select] Afghanistan Akrotiri Albania Algeria American Samoa Andorra Angola Anguilla Antigua and Barbuda Argentina Armenia Aruba Ashmore and Cartier Islands Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahrain Baker Island Bangladesh Barbados Bassas da India Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bermuda Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia and Herzegovina Botswana Brazil British Virgin Islands Brunei Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma (Myanmar) Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cayman Islands Central African Republic Chad Chile China Christmas Island Cocos (Keeling) Islands Colombia Comoros Cook Islands Coral Sea Islands Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo Denmark Dhekelia Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic East Timor Ecuador Egypt El Salvador Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Europa Island Falkland Islands Faroe Islands Fiji Finland France French Guiana French Polynesia Gabon Gaza Strip Georgia

    27. - Society Of Architectural Historians
    AMERICAN ARCHITECTS' BIOGRAPHIES Surnames beginning with letter A. ABELL, W. W. A.I.A. An architect, died at Elgin, Illinois, January 23, 1916.

    28. Famous Architects
    The comprehensive Biographies of World Famous Architects exploring their architecture, architecture thinkings, architectural educations, careers, works, publications

    29. Architects Biographies - Pipl Profiles
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    30. *Basho, Matsuo « United Architects – Biographies
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    Matsuo Basho (1644-1694)
    was one of the greatest Japanese poets. He elevated haiku to the level of serious poetry in numerous anthologies and travel diaries. Ihara Saikaku and the dramatist Chikamatsu Monzaemon , he was far from being an exponent of the new middle-class culture of the city dwellers of that day. Rather, in his poetry and in his attitude toward life he seemed to harken back to a period some 300 years earlier. An innovator in poetry, spiritually and culturally he maintained a great tradition of the past. The haiku, a 17-syllable verse form divided into successive phrases or lines of 5, 7, and 5 syllables, originated in the linked verse of the 14th century, becoming an independent form in the latter part of the 16th century. Arakida Moritake (1473-1549) was a distinguished renga (linked poem) poet who originated witty and humorous verses he called haikai, which later became synonymous with haiku Early Life and Works Basho was born in 1644 in Ueno, lga Province, part of present-day Mie Prefecture. He was one of six children in a family of samurai, descended it is said from the great Taira clan of the Middle Ages. As a youth, Basho entered feudal service but at the death of his master left it to spend much of his life in wandering about Japan in search of imagery. Thus he is known as a traveler as well as a poet, the author of some of the most beautiful travel diaries ever written in Japanese. Basho is thought to have gravitated toward Kyoto, where he studied the Japanese classics. Here, also, he became interested in the haiku of the Teitoku school, which was directed by Kitamura Kigin.

    31. Historic South Jefferson Avenue Walking Tour - Cowles And Mutscheller
    Cowles and Mutscheller, Saginaw, Michigan 1908 1935 (Clarence Cowles, born 1869, Flint, Michigan; died 1935, Saginaw, Michigan) (George Mutscheller, born 1882, Sturgis, Michigan
    Historic South Jefferson Avenue Walking Tour Cowles and Mutscheller, Saginaw, Michigan 1908 - 1935 (Clarence Cowles, born 1869, Flint, Michigan; died 1935, Saginaw, Michigan)
    (George Mutscheller, born 1882, Sturgis, Michigan; died 1936, Saginaw, Michigan)
    Clarence Cowles opened office in 1893.
    Formed the firm of Cowles and Mutscheller with George Mutscheller in 1908. 
    Firm dissolved in 1936
    Clarence Cowles moved to Saginaw in 1893. The first advertising for his services appears in Saginaw papers in the days following the fire of 20 May 1893.   He practiced independently until 1908 when he joined with George Mutscheller to form the firm of Cowles and Mutscheller.    In the first decade of the twentieth century, Clarence Cowles produced designs for a number of substantial private and public buildings.  Although he employed many different historically inspired styles, his work is characterized by structural innovation and imaginative manipulation of space. A 1915 article declared that “This firm has designed 1,600 buildings since its inception.  They are unquestionably the leading architects in this part of the country and have been remarkably successful.”     In the teens, Cowles and Mutscheller designed some of their finest buildings.  They progressively moved away from historical revival styles and developed a personal style based on  the American Arts and Crafts Movement.  In the late 1920s the office produced designs for three major buildings in the Art Deco style.

    32. *Kawabata, Yasunari « United Architects – Biographies
    →home. Table of content “united architects – biographies” * Table of Content all Sites Yasunari Kawabata (18991972) In 1968, Yasunari Kawabata became the first Japanese novelist
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    The fragmented novel Asakusa Kurenaidan (The Scarlet Gang of Asakusa, 1929-1930), was set in the Asakusa district of Tokyo, famous for its geisha houses, dancers, bars, prostitutes, and theaters. The novel was serialized in the Asashi Shimbun newspaper, bringing modernist, experimental fiction to a wider audience within Japan. Kawabata was married in 1931, and afterward settled in the ancient samurai capital of Kamakura, southwest of Tokyo, spending the winters in Zushi. During World War II, Kawabata traveled in Manchuria, and studied Genji Monogatari (The Tale of Genji), an eleventh-century Japanese novel.
    Yasunari Kawabata Selected works:
    • KANJO SOSHOKU, 1926
    • HANA NO WARUTSU, 1940
    • HOKURO NO TEGAMI, 1950
    • TOKYO NO HITO, 1955
    • NIJI IKUTABI, 1955
    • ONNA DE ARU KOTO, 1957

    33. ArBITAT Architects - Biographies, Photos And Links For All Of Your Favorite Arch
    Learn more about all of your favorite architects from Alvar Aalto to Peter Zumthor
    Santiago Calatrava Valencia's favorite son, a man who has merged architecture and engineering into designs that (occasionally) transcend the limitations of both. Graceful bridges, train stations, museums- all white structure and glass...
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    Mind Zone Bergisel Mountain Ski Jump Rosenthal Contemporary Art Center Click here to go to Zaha Hadid at

    34. Biographies - Saphire + Albarran Architecture LLC
    Saphire Associates, P.C. is a unique architectural, planning, and design firm. We design commercial, healthcare, religious/cultural facilities and selected residential.
    var MenuLinkedBy="AllWebMenus [4]",awmMenuName="tnav",awmBN="638";awmAltUrl=""; emess('saphirealbarran','sa','Web site Inquiry','com','images/hdr_02.jpg','75','163','') PRINCIPAL AND PROJECT ARCHITECTS' BIOGRAPHIES Joseph E. Saphire, RA, AIA - Principal Joseph E. Saphire is an architect, a resident of Lawrence Township and a graduate of Pratt Institute in New York City. Having graduated in 1981 with a Bachelor of Architecture, Mr. Saphire began work with the award-winning firm of Harrison Fraker Architects in Princeton. During his 5-year internship with Harrison-Fraker Architects he headed projects that were both award winning and cutting edge. His incorporation of energy efficient design buildings have allowed his clients to reap savings in their operating budget as well as creating buildings that are good neighbors and environmentally responsible. In 1985, Mr. Saphire decided to work under his own name and established practice in Princeton. The focus of Medical Design and Educational Projects has dominated the practice with a client list that includes Princeton University, Rutgers University, The Mercer County Library System, The Hun School of Princeton and The Medical Center at Princeton. Saphire + Albarran under the stewardship of Joseph Saphire has established itself as a successful alternative to the large firms. His personal affiliations with The Millhill Child and Family Development Center in Trenton, Lawrence High School Theater Arts Department, The Princeton Family YMCA, Habitat For Humanity and Lawrence Township Soccer and Baseball Programs have highlighted his 15-year residency in Lawrenceville. Mr. Saphire is married with four children.

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    36. Architects
    The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture is a resource that recognizes, records, and encourages preservation of the built environment and advocates quality future development that
    Many of these biographies were originally collected through an effort by Junior League of Tulsa in 1979 in the course of their research for the book, Tulsa Art Deco. For this we offer our thanks. The Tulsa Foundation for Architecture recently renewed an effort to gather architects career and project information. Watch this page for updates. Do you know more information on, or other buildings by these listed architects? If so, please contact

    37. Famous Architects - Biographies Of Well-known Architects, Almost All Of The Mode
    Arts, Architecture, Famous Names Famous Architects. Biographies of well-known architects, almost all of the Modern Movement.

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    40. Victor Laloux - Architect's Biographies -
    Victor Laloux, who was awarded the Prix de Rome in 1878 is remembered as a great exponent of the BeauxArts style. He designed the city halls in Tours and Roubaix and the train
    Victor Laloux Archiseek Architect's Biographies L / Victor Laloux Victor Laloux, who was awarded the Prix de Rome in 1878 is remembered as a great exponent of the Beaux-Arts style. He designed the city halls in Tours and Roubaix and the train station in Tours. He was entrusted with the surface works of the hotel and Orsay station in Paris in 1898. Buildings designed by Laloux had an opulent eclecticism merging all the styles of French classicism, from Louis XIV to Louis XV: they were a fusion of stone, decorative materials and ornamental cast iron. Further Information Year Building Basilique St Martin Tours Railway Station Tours Htel de Ville Tours Gare d'Orsay Paris
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