Albert Ernest Doyle ( 1877- 1928) was a prolific architect in the U.S. states of Oregon and Washington. He is most often credited for his works as A.E. Doyle. ...more on Wikipedia about "A.E. Doyle"
Addison Mizner ( 1872- 1933) was a resort architect born in Benicia, California. Mizner did not have formal training. As a child he traveled around the world with his father, who was the United States minister to Guatemala. Mizner began his architectural career in San Francisco and later worked in New York City. At age 46, he moved to Palm Beach, Florida, for his health, and his Spanish Revival architecture won the attention of wealthy clients in West Palm Beach, Florida and Palm Beach, Florida. ...more on Wikipedia about "Addison Mizner"
Adolf Cluss (born July 14, 1825 in Heilbronn, Germany; died July 24, 1905 in Washington, D.C.) was a German-American architect. ...more on Wikipedia about "Adolf Cluss"
Alan Aranoff is an American- Israeli architect, born in Los Angeles, California, 1958. Trained at UCLA (M.Arch 1984, under Charles Willard Moore) and practiced at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York (1984-87), in large scale commercial design, where he received his professional licensing. Went on to work at Karmi Associates in Tel Aviv (1988-91) as a senior designer, primarily involved with the design of the Israel Supreme Court building in Jerusalem, but also large scale residential construction. From 1991 has run an independent architectural design and consulting practice in Tel Aviv, and presently in Lapid, Israel, designing residential projects, synagogues and large governmental complexes. Current work employs advanced digital modeling of complex forms, working with international teams of designers and engineers, as a means to achieve rich built environments that are highly focused on users and context. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan Aranoff"
Alan M. Hantman, FAIA ( October 13, 1942 - ) is an American architect and native of New York City. Mr. Hantman served as the 10th Architect of the Capitol. (The Architect of the Capitol is responsible to the United States Congress for the maintenance, operation, development, and preservation of the United States Capitol Complex. ) ...more on Wikipedia about "Alan M. Hantman"
Albert Kahn ( March_21, 1869 - December_8, 1942) was the foremost American industrial architect of his day. ...more on Wikipedia about "Albert Kahn"
Alex S. MacLean (b. 1947) is an American photographic artist who's best known for his spectacular aerial photographs. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alex MacLean"
Alexander Jackson Davis (A.J. Davis) ( New York City July 24, 1803 – January 14, 1892) was the most successful and influential American architect of his generation. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Jackson Davis"
Alexander Parris ( November 24, 1780 - June 16, 1852) was a prominent American architect- engineer. His work transitions between Federal style architecture and later Greek Revival. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alexander Parris"
Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin, A.M., L.H.D. ( 1855-09-05– 1926) was an American architect, born at Constantinople, Turkey, the son of Cyrus Hamlin. He graduated at Amherst in 1875, studied architecture at Boston and Paris, and afterward began teaching architecture at Columbia in its School of Engineering. He was director in 1903- 12. ...more on Wikipedia about "Alfred Dwight Foster Hamlin"
Antoine Predock (1936 Lebanon Missouri - ) is an American architect based in Albuquerque, New Mexico and designing principally in the American southwest. ...more on Wikipedia about "Antoine Predock"
Arthur Cotton Moore is an architect in Washington, D.C. Born in 1935, he studied architecture at Princeton University. He received an Honor Award from the American Institute of Architects in 1977 and became a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects in 1979. He is known for a style called "industrial baroque" and is probably best known for the Washington Harbour development on the Potomac River in Georgetown and for the renovation of the Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Cotton Moore"
Arthur Gilman ( November 5 1821 - July 11 1882) was an American architect, designer of many Boston neighborhoods, and member of the American Institute of Architects. ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur Gilman"
Arthur H. Vinal ( 1854– 1923) was an American architect who lived and worked in Boston, Massachusetts. Vinal started a partnership with Henry F. Starbuck in 1877; the firm broke up when Starbuck moved away. Vinal was City Architect of Boston from 1884 to 1887. He is principally known for his Richardsonian Romanesque High Service Building at the Chestnut Hill Water Works (1887). In addition to his other public buildings, Vinal designed numerous residences in Boston and nearby suburbs (not all, or even mostly, romanesques). ...more on Wikipedia about "Arthur H. Vinal"
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Asher Benjamin (June 15, 1773-July 26, 1845), born in Greenfield, Massachusetts, was a prominent American architect who transitioned between Federal style architecture and later Greek Revival. During his apprenticeship, he worked on the Old Connecticut State House, designed by architect Charles Bulfinch, and located in Hartford, CT. He designed numerous houses and churches throughout New England. The first Deerfield Academy Building, 1797- 1798, was by him; it is now open as the Memorial Hall Museum in Old Deerfield, Massachusetts. He lived and worked in his native Greenfield, in which several of his works remain; three years in Windsor, Vermont where his Old South Congregational Church (1798) still stands; and then later in Boston, MA. Benjamin on died July 26, 1845, in Springfield, Massachusetts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Asher Benjamin"
Austin Eldon Knowlton ( July_23, 1909 - June_25, 2003) was trained as an architect but spent most of his career in the construction industry. His company designed, financed and built more than 160 college and university buildings on every major college campus in Ohio and more than 200 elementary and secondary school buildings. His companies have also constructed more than 35 major hospitals and 43 United States Post Offices throughout the country. In his lifetime, he built more than 600 buildings. ...more on Wikipedia about "Austin Eldon Knowlton"
Benjamin C. Thompson (July 3, 1918 - August 21, 2002) was a notable American architect. ...more on Wikipedia about "Benjamin C. Thompson"
Bernard Ralph Maybeck ( February_7, 1862 - October_3, 1957) was a prominent architect in the Arts and Crafts movement of the early 20th Century. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bernard Maybeck"
Bertram Grosvenor Goodhue ( April 28, 1869 - April 23, 1924) was a renowned American architect celebrated for his work in neo-gothic design. He also designed notable type fonts, including the Cheltenham font and the Merrymount font for the Merrymount Press. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bertram Goodhue"
James H. "Bill" Finch (born Atlanta 1913 – July 28, 2003) an American architect. Founder of architectural firm FABRAP. Known as a modernist, in a city, he also disliked excessive parking lots and unburied wires. Major projects he had a hand in are Atlanta Stadium (1965), Five Points MARTA station (1979), Coca-Cola headquarters (1980) and BellSouth tower (1982). ...more on Wikipedia about "Bill Finch"
Brentwood S. Tolan ( 1855- 1923) Was an American architect and native of Fort Wayne, Indiana. With little formal art training, he apprenticed under his father, Indiana arictect Thomas J. Tolan, starting in 1872 at age 17. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brentwood S. Tolan"
Bruce Alonzo Goff ( June 8 1904 – August 4 1982) was an American architect. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruce Goff"
Bruce Graham is an American architect. Among his most notable buildings is the Sears Tower. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruce Graham"
Bruce Price ( 12 December, 1845– 29 May, 1903) was the architect of many of the Canadian Pacific Railway's Chateau-type stations and hotels. A fine example of his work for CP is Montreal's Windsor Station. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bruce Price"
Richard Buckminster "Bucky" Fuller ( July 12, 1895 – July 1, 1983) was an American visionary, designer, architect, and inventor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Buckminster Fuller"
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