Eero Saarinen

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United States architect (born in Finland) (1910-1961)


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With little in their pockets beyond a small loan from the architect Eero Saarinen, the newly married couple arrived in Los Angeles in July 1941 in a black Ford convertible, having left their jobs and studies at Cranbrook Academy of Art near Detroit.
The hotel will feature 505 rooms in the former TWA terminal, built in the 1960s by noted architect Eero Saarinen.
The automaker's research campus was designed in the early 1950s by Michigan architect Eero Saarinen, among the most important modernist designers of the post World War II period.
Mae'r tebygrwydd y ddau yn syfrdanol '' Ers dechrau rhoi lluniau o waith Robert Harvey i fyny ar trydar mae rhywun arall wedi cysylltu gyda lluniau o waith Eero Saarinen, sef adeilad Llys Genhadaeth yr Unol Daliethau yn Sgwar Grosvenor, Llundain.
known for his decades-long association with Eero Saarinen and for his documentation of the iconic terminals Saarinen designed at John F.
Does the rest of the home read more Eero Saarinen than Superman?
Cain, Oron Catts, Benjamin Forster, Front Design, Nikolaus Gansterer, legendary basketball coach Phil Jackson, Patricia Johanson, Sol LeWitt, Mark Lombardi, Tony Orrico, Tristan Perich, Robin Rhode, Eero Saarinen, Ruth Adler Schnee, Carolee Schneemann, Chemi Rosado Seijo, Corrie Van Sice, Jorinde Voigt, lonat Zurr, and many more.
A hybrid of three iconic chair designs - the Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen, the Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen and the Eiffel Chair by Charles Eames - the Masters is a triumph of design and style.
The Good Design award program is considered the oldest and most recognized program for design excellence, and was created in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr.
His career thereafter combined a veritable Who's Who of the mid-20th century, as the Forward puts it--not only every significant China expert in academia and government, but also FDR, Chiang Kai-shek and Mao Tsetung (I'm using Davies' transliterations here), Joseph Stilwell, Cordell Hull, John Foster Dulles, Stalin and Molotov, all the way to Eero Saarinen, Teilhard de Chardin, Diego Rivera, and Reinhold Niebuhr--with an only barely imaginable ability to show up anywhere worldshaping events were going on: Peking, Mukden, India, Burma, Washington, DC, Cairo, Yenan, Singapore, Moscow, and on and on.
gt; MORE INTERIORS PAGES 8&9 * Cedar table and kitchen units put together from a variety of sources and a secondhand Aga oven * Chairs are chain store versions of the Eero Saarinen chairs and were found at a fair * A giant photo wall and huge L-shaped sofa make a statement.
The Eero Saarinen marble-top is, I read, from the Conran Shop and cost pounds 6,312.
Designed by Hugh Hardy of H3 Hardy Collaboration Architecture (who helped with the Vivian Beaumont design in years past), it rises over the austerely modernist pile that was conceived by Eero Saarinen (primarily) in 1965.
Kresge--MIT Auditorium, designed by a noted modernist architect, Eero Saarinen, consists of a one-eighth spherical segment dome-shaped concrete roof, supported on three points with a 49 m span and 8,9 cm thickness increased near the edge beams up to 14 cm.
The Saarinen team was from Cranbrook Academy, the school in Michigan that produced world-famous creative designers including Charles and Ray Eames, designer Harry Bertoia, Swedish sculptor Carl Milles and furniture designer Florence Knoll, with whom Eero Saarinen established lifelong friendships and collaborations.