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American Institute of Architects

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATION

Founded in 1857 by Richard Upjohn as the New York Society of Architects.

Official Website:
http://www.aia.org/

Founding Date:
23-Feb-1857

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Alvar Aalto
Architect
3-Feb-1898 11-May-1976 Finnish modernist architect, furniture designer
Max Abramovitz
Architect
23-May-1908 12-Sep-2004 Designed UN Headquarters
Harold L. Adams
Architect
c. 1939   CEO of RTKL Associates, 1971-2002
James F. Barker
Educator
c. 1947   President of Clemson University
Gordon Bunshaft
Architect
9-May-1909 6-Aug-1990 Skyscraper architect
Daniel H. Burnham
Architect
4-Sep-1846 1-Jun-1912 Built skyscrapers and planned cities
Harvey B. Gantt
Politician
14-Jan-1943   Mayor of Charlotte, 1983-87
Bruce J. Graham
Architect
1-Dec-1925 6-Mar-2010 Architect of the Sears Tower
Victor Gruen
Architect
18-Jul-1903 14-Feb-1980 Popularized the shopping mall
Charles Gwathmey
Architect
19-Jun-1938 3-Aug-2009 Designed extension to the Guggenheim
Raymond Hood
Architect
29-Mar-1881 14-Aug-1934 Chicago Tribune Tower
Albert Kahn
Architect
21-Mar-1869 8-Dec-1942 Detroit architect, factory designer
Louis Kahn
Architect
20-Feb-1901 17-Mar-1974 Prominent architect
Stanley Marcus
Business
20-Apr-1905 22-Jan-2002 CEO of Neiman-Marcus, 1950-72
Robert Moses
Government
18-Dec-1888 29-Jul-1981 New York City planner
Sarah Susanka
Architect
c. 1957   The Not So Big House
Richard Upjohn
Architect
22-Jan-1802 16-Aug-1878 Gothic revivalist, Trinity Church
John E. Zuccotti
Business
23-Jun-1937   Real estate tycoon


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