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Hugh Stubbins and his associates

the first fifty years
  • 135 Pages
  • 4.82 MB
  • English
Stubbins Associates , [Cambridge, Mass.?]
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Statementby Dianne M. Ludman.
ContributionsHarvard University. Graduate School of Design.
LC ClassificationsNA737.S74 A4 1986
The Physical Object
Paginationxiii, 135 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2743923M
ISBN 100961741619, 0961741600
LC Control Number86061773

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Stubbins held a master’s degree in architecture () from the Harvard Graduate School of Design. His firm, Hugh Stubbins and Associates, was based in Cambridge. Stubbins’s last design was the Landmark Tower () in Yokohama, Japan; at 60 stories, it was Japan’s tallest building.

Hugh Asher Stubbins Jr. was born on Jan. 11,the son of Hugh and Lucille Stubbins of Birmingham, Ala. His father was a shoe salesman. Hugh Stubbins and his associates: The first fifty years. PAPERBACK by Ludman, Dianne M. Stubbins Associates, PAPERBACK. Good. Modest rubbing to the cover edges.

Clean, has a good binding, no marks or notations. [xiii], pages. (Inventory #: SKU) $ 00 add to cart or Buy. The Stubbins Associates was founded by Hugh Stubbins, FAIA, in and based in Cambridge, MA.

Hugh Stubbins had designed several of the world's most noted skyscrapers, including the Citicorp Center in New York City, the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston headquarters in Boston, and the Yokohama Landmark Tower, the tallest building in arters: Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

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The chapters take on the form of stories, richly illustrated and. Hugh Stubbins died on July 5, Career. Hugh Stubbins graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology in and the Harvard Graduate School of Design in Stubbins and his firm, Hugh Stubbins and Associates, designed more than buildings throughout the world.

Hugh Stubbins, Jr. was born in Birmingham, Alabama in He studied at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta and at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Like many of his contemporaries, Stubbins shows a concern for space, form and aesthetics within his buildings. Gropius invited him to take a faculty position at Harvard in When Gropius resigned, Stubbins became Chairman of the Department of Architecture.

Stubbins started Hugh Stubbins and Associates from his own house and hired some of his former students like I. Pei, Robert Geddes, Philip Johnson, Sarah and Chip Harkness, and Paul Rudolph. Citicorp Center by Hugh Stubbins architect, at New York, New York, toarchitecture in the Great Buildings Online.

GreatBuildings Page. Hugh Stubbins and His Associates, the first fifty years. The Stubbins Associates, Inc., Black and white rendering of exterior, p Hugh Asher Stubbins Jr (born Janu in Birmingham; died July 5, in Cambridge, Massachusetts) was a notable architect and professor at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design.

Stubbins was the son of shoe salesman Hugh Stubbins Sr and his wife Lucille. Stubbins earned his bachelor's degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta in O'Neil Ford, Architect | Himself designated a National Historical Landmark by the National Council on the Arts, O'Neil Ford with his associates designed some of the most famous architectural landmarks in Texas and elsewhere in the nation: the Texas Instruments Semiconductor Building in Dallas, the Little Chapel in the Woods at Texas Woman's University, campuses of the University of Texas at.

(Courtesy Hugh Stubbins and Associates) Though developments like these can be jarring, the cities around these landscapes have changed substantially, too. The bank built the shell of the new church, designed by its architect, Hugh Stubbins, and gave the church, which had been the site of a memorial service for Louis Armstrong, $9 million.

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Peter's hoped that the sum would give it a substantial endowment, by the time the project was completed, it had all been spent," observed Alpern. Hugh Stubbins, Actor: Gentleman Jack. Hugh Stubbins is an actor, known for Gentleman Jack (), Ilkley and Chubby Funny ().Occupation: Actor. Hugh Stubbins, Modern Tower.

continued. Life in Pursuit of Modernism. Citicorp embodies many of the architectural themes that Stubbins pursued over his long career. A native of Birmingham, Alabama, he first studied architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology and then earned his graduate degree in architecture at Harvard in The New Pusey Library: Yard Beautification From a Foot-Deep Hole To a 2 Million Book Library the University commissioned the Cambridge architectural firm Hugh Stubbins and Associates to do.

He continued his education by completing his Bachelor of Architecture at the University of Minnesota and a Master of Architecture at Harvard University. Once becoming an architect, he gained experience at Hugh Stubbins and Associates in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and continued work on his own and in association with offices in Minneapolis, Los.

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Huebner, ArchitectSeller Rating: % positive. Hugh Stubbins and W. Easley, a senior associate at Stubbins, worked in tandem to achieve a harmonious effect between the tower and church, but. This page was last edited on 11 Septemberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

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The American architect Hugh Stubbins (), who began his career as Walter Gropius's assistant at Harvard, saw his field as all-encompassing and his work as modest within it: "I think of architecture not as individual buildings but as the whole fabric of our physical : Steffen de Rudder.

While a student at Harvard, the acting Dean of the School of Design, Hugh Stubbins, offered Taka a job with the architectural firm he was starting, Hugh Stubbins and Associates. While the architect Hugh Stubbins created the iconic form of the building, most of the credit for the project is generally given to its structural engineer, William Le : David Langdon.

Fitting for a Great Communicator, the massive Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation and Library designed by Hugh Stubbins and Associates is the biggest library, located in the rolling hills of.

He returned to his office on July 31 st expecting to meet with Hugh Stubbins, but Hugh was out-of-town and could not be reached. Hugh was also contractually on the hook and liable for the errors of his sub-consultant.

LeMessurier then contacted his professional liability insurer.To accomplish these goals, the Citigroup Center was designed by architect Hugh Stubbins for Citibank, and construction of the tower started in by Hugh Stubbins & Associates, assisted by Emery Roth & Sons. Structural engineer William LeMessurier was responsible for the conception and design of the building's structural framing system.