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Architects

According to the Chicago Tribune, Columbus "rivals major cities" as a "mecca" for fans of I.M. Pei and other legendary designers. In Columbus, you can see the works of seven American Institute of Architects Gold Medal winners. Nowhere can you see the works of so many great modern architects in such close proximity.

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Ainge, Gary M.

Gary Ainge was one of the principal architects for the Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company Eastbrook Branch renovation and is a principal of Hammond Beeby Rupert Ainge, which designed the Breeden Realtors/Century 21 building. Ainge has lectured or parti...
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Albright, Harrison

Architect Harrison Albright designed the Senior Center, located in Columbus’ picturesque and award winning Mill Race Park. Built in 1901, the structure’s original use was as a power plant, thus its location so near the White and Driftwood rivers. Ren...
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Barnes, Edward Larrabee

Edward Larrabee Barnes designed the W.D. Richards Elementary School in Columbus. Although he designed many buildings for institutions – religious, business, municipal -- he created warm and inviting structures. Painstaking with details, Barnes used g...
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Bassett, Edward Charles

Edward Charles Bassett designed the Columbus City Hall. He worked for Saarinen & Saarinen from 1950-55 and joined Skidmore, Owings & Merrill for the remainder of his career. Bassett designed many award-winning buildings that have had significant infl...
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Beeby, Thomas H.

Thomas H. Beeby, along with Gary M. Ainge, designed Century 21 Breeden Realtors. Beeby has been honored with four American Institute of Architects National Design Awards and three Progressive Architecture National Design Awards. Beeby teaches design ...
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Berke, Deborah

New York architect Deborah Berke designed the Hope Library and the Irwin Union Bank branch near 10th Street on the east side of Columbus. She seems to be as much at home designing an original building as she is renovating existing interior and exteri...
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Bingham, Nolan

Nolan G. Bingham currently has is own firm. He was a principal with Jim Paris at Paris/Bingham Partnership, who together designed the addition to Fire Station No. 1. Bingham’s Columbus designs include the addition to the First Christian Church, the I...
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Birkerts, Gunnar

Raised in Lativa, Gunnar Birkerts received his architectural education from Technische Hochschule in Stuttgart, Germany. When he moved to the United States, he initially worked for Perkins & Will, Eero Saarinen and Minoru Yamasaki, before opening his...
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Bowers, Leighton

Leighton Bowers designed the much noted Fire Station #1, a blend of Art Nouveau and Art Deco styles. Bowers was an architect in Fort Wayne until 1933, when he moved to Indianapolis to serve the State of Indiana as an architect.
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Fletcher, Norman

Norman Fletcher’s work in Columbus includes Bartholomew Consolidated School Corporation Administration Building, Four Seasons Retirement Center and Parkside Elementary School. He has worked for prominent firms Skidmore, Owings & Merrill; Saarinen, Sw...
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GSI Architects

GSI Architects designed The Republic Printing Center, and has ventures throughout the U.S. and around the world including retail, residential, resort, corporate, healthcare and, of course, newspaper facilities.
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Gwathmey Siegel & Associates Architects

Gwathmey, Siegel & Associates Architects’ Columbus works include Pence Place Apartments and Sycamore Place Apartments. The firm has 100 design awards, including several American Institute of Architects Awards of Merit and Distinguished Architecture A...
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Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer

Hardy Holzman Pfeiffer Associates designed the Cummins Occupational Health Association and the Mt. Healthy Elementary School. The firm is known for public use buildings and contributed to the development of distinctly American architecture. Areas of ...
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Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum

Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum designed the Foundation for Youth and renovated the Cummins Engine Company Technical Center. With offices in the U.S., Europe and Asia, the firm specializes in aviation, commercial, corporate, science and technology and tr...
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Hisaka, Don M.

Don M. Hisaka’s Columbus work is the Bartholomew County Jail. Hisaka has design projects on several continents and has been recognized with numerous architecture awards, including the Cleveland Arts Prize, the Cornerstone Award and a Progressive Arch...
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Hodgson, Isaac

Isaac Hodgson designed the Bartholomew County Courthouse, which was built in 1874. The project is a Second Empire architectural style, and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It has had renovation and additions in 1969 and 1998, headed by...
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Johansen Bennett Architects

John M. Johansen design Smith Elementary School, and his son designed the addition to the school.

From www.johnmjohansen.com: Mid-Century Modern Architectural Pioneer John M Johansen FAIA has been creating award-winning, controversial arc...

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John Carl Warnecke & Associates

John Carl Warnecke designed Mabel McDowell Adult Education Center. It was built in 1960. Warnecke became a nationally and internationally famed architect for the design of copious architecture structures, including President John F. Kennedy's gravesi...
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Kennon, Kevin

Kevin Kennon Architects was founded in 2002, after leaving as a design partner at Kohn, Pederson, & Fox Associates, P.C. As a founding principal of United Architects, Kevin Kennon was a finalist in the 2002 World Trade Center Design Competition. His ...
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Kennon, Paul

Paul Kennon’s work in Columbus includes Fodrea Community School, Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company State Street Branch, AT&T/SBC Switching Station and Streetscape. Kennon has designed buildings throughout the world, worked with Eero Saarinen and for t...
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Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates

Kevin Roche is known as an innovator and problem solver. He was born in Dublin, Ireland and once he immigrated to America he worked extensively with John Dinkeloo and Eero Saarinen. Roche’s works in Columbus include the U.S. Post Office, the Cummi...
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Kim, Susie

A founding principal of Koetter Kim and Associates, Susie brings to each project strong design leadership focusing on the theory that urban design and contextual issues inform architectural responses. Her greatest strengths are the ability to synthes...
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Koetter, Fred

A founding principal of Koetter Kim and Associates, an internationally recognized firm focusing on Architecture and Urban Design. Among his diverse professional accomplishments, Fred has been involved in the major urban design project of revitalizati...
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Leers, Andrea

Andrea Leers is principal and co-founder with Jane Weinizapfel, of Leers Weinzapfel Associates, a Boston based practice, the first female-owned firm to receive the AIA “Firm of the Year,” in 2007. Leers Weinzapfel Associates was selected to design th...
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Meier, Richard

Richard Meier designed the Clifty Creek Elementary School. During his entire career, Meier has disregarded popular trends of modern architecture and asserted his own design philosophy. In 1998, he received the Pritzker Architecture Prize and a year e...
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Noyes, Eliot

Eliot Noyes designed Southside Elementary School, which was constructed in 1969. He worked for the firm of Walter Gropius and Marcel Breuer and later was the director of the Department of Industrial Design at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In ...
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Paris, James

In 2005 Jim Paris retired from the practice of Paris/Bingham Partnership. He is currently limiting his designs to residences for friends. The Columbus designs led by Jim Paris include the Bartholomew County Public Library addition, the addition to Fi...
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Pei Cobb Freed & Partners

I.M. Pei designed the Bartholomew County Library/Cleo Rogers Memorial Library, which was built in 1969. Pei is the recipient of the Pritzker Architecture Prize and the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal. Born in China, he studied architectur...
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Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects

Cesar Pelli designed the Commons and the Commons Mall. He has designed buildings on three continents and has earned the American Institute of Architects Gold Medal. He also has been recognized by the American Institute of Architects for one of the To...
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Perkinson, James

John V. Storey, prominent Columbus businessman, hired local contractor James V. Perkinson to build what is now the Columbus Area Visitors Center. The original house was built in 1864.
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Polshek Partnership Architects

James Stewart Polshek designed the Columbus Regional Hospital Mental Health Center, built in 1972. The Polshek Partnership is best known for its renovations and expansions of public buildings, including cultural, educational, governmental and scienti...
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Risting, Steve

A Design Principal at CSO Architects, Risting has practiced architecture in Indiana for over 25 years and been recognized for design excellence with numerous project awards. He has designed or collaborated on the designs of several projects in Columb...
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Robert A M Stern Architects

Robert A. M. Stern Architects renovated and designed a master plan for Columbus Regional Hospital. Stern graduated from the Yale School of Architecture and returned as its dean 34 years later. He is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, a...
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Saarinen, Eero

Eero Saarinen was a Finnish-American architect. His works in Columbus are Irwin Union Bank and North Christian Church. The son of architect Eliel Saarinen, he studied with his father and came to prominence in 1948 with his competition-winning design ...
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Saarinen, Eliel

Finnish architect Eliel Saarinen designed the First Christian Church of Columbus and it was built in 1942. It was the first church of modern architecture in the U.S. Saarinen initially became famous for his Art Nouveau buildings in the early 20th Cen...
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Saitowitz, Stanley

Architect and Sculptor Stanley Saitowitz designed nine structures for the challenging Mill Race Park project, which teamed him with noted Landscape Architect Michael Van Valkenburgh. Saitowitz is a professor of architecture at Berkeley. His awards in...
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Sparrell, Charles F.

Charles F. Sparrell designed the former Arvin Industries Company Headquarters, the Columbus Inn, the Irwin Union Capital Corporation and the Prall Home.
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Thompson and Rose Architects

Thompson & Rose Architects won an invited competition for the design of the Bartholomew County Veterans Memorial. The principals, Maryann Thompson and Charles Rose, have since branched into separate firms. Thompson attended Harvard University Graduat...
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Torre, Susana

Argentinian Susana Torre designed Fire Station No. 5, which was built in 1987. She served briefly as director for the Cranbrook Art Academy and also headed the architecture and environmental design department at the Parsons School of Design in New Yo...
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Venturi, Robert

Robert Charles Venturi, Jr. is founding principal of Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, and a major figure in the architecture of the twentieth century. Brown and his wife, Denise Scott Brown, helped to shape the way that we experience and think ab...
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Weese, Ben

A native of Chicago and the younger brother of Harry Weese, Ben received his B.Arch. and M.Arch. from Harvard University and a certificate from the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Fountainebleau, France. From 1957-1977 he worked at Harry Weese Associates and...
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Weese, Cynthia

A founding partner of Weese Langley Weese, Cynthia Weese taught widely before becoming Dean of the School of Architecture at Washington University in St. Louis from 1993-2005. While practicing, Weese was a visiting critic at a number of universities....
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Weese, Harry

Harry Weese has a number of projects in Columbus: COSCO, Inc. Office Building, Cummins Engine Company Technical Center, Dorel Inc. Office Building, First Baptist Church, Hamilton Center, Irwin Union Bank & Trust Company Eastbrook Branch and Hope Bran...
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Weinzapfel, Jane

A founding principal of Leers Weinzapfel Associates (LWA), the first female-owned firm to receive the AIA “Firm of the Year,” in 2007. Leers Weinzapfel Associates was selected to design the additions to Northside Middle School and Schmitt Elementary ...
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William Rawn Associates Architects Inc

William Rawn Associates, founded in 1983, designed Fire Station No. 6, which was built in 1998. The Boston firm has been recognized with eight honor awards from the American Institute of Architects and has won more than 50 total awards in recent year...
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