Eero Saarinen


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

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By 1960 Eero Saarinen was one of America's busiest architects, with numerous corporate commissions as well as campus masterplans and educational buildings.
From the 172 anonymous entries, the expert jury chose a design by Eero Saarinen, a first generation American from Finland.
1925) left his native Latvia to study in Germany and then emigrated to the United States in 1949, worked with Eero Saarinen in Michigan, and then built his career over the decades designing buildings that bear the mark of his modernist vision.
Perhaps the most poignant example is a to-do list by architect Eero Saarinen, whose best-known designs include the terminal for Dulles International Airport here.
The global list of architects or buildings under threat includes the 1962-63 Tyrone Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis, designed by Saarinen protege Ralph Rapson, the 1956-63 TWA Terminal by Eero Saarinen, Gunnar Asplund grain elevators, Breuer houses, the Buffalo granaries Le Corbusier made famous in Vers une Architecture, the 1961 Cyclorama by Neutra and Alexander.
The space will be accented by a unique variety of chandeliers, modern tables from Eero Saarinen and Warren Platner, vintage furniture pieces and curved banquettes of custom designed chairs creating intimate circles of seating.
However the use of this material, pioneered by the architects Eero Saarinen and John Dinkeloo, also creates a house that, like the surrounding landscapes, becomes a conspicuous indicator of change in time, the weather and the seasons as it changes in colour.
Founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames and Edger Kaufmann Jr.
In his book on the work of Eero Saarinen for General Motors, IBM and Bell Labs and the office buildings of SOM, Reinhold Martin has provided an enlightening and insightful analysis of the way architecture came to serve what we now call the 'military-industrial complex' and the growing belief in the importance of media in defining contemporary socio-political organization.
with the participation of some of America's most important designers: Eero Saarinen, and Charles and ray Eames, Alexander Girard, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, Harry Bretioa, Finn Juhl, and Russel Wright - the pioneering greats of American and modern design.
Eero Saarinen died, at the height of his powers, in 1961.
It is a specialized edition of the GOOD DESIGN Award program which was founded in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann Jr.
Preservationists are demanding that JFK's Eero Saarinen TWA terminal remain what it was designed to be--a working air terminal--instead of a restaurant or conference center.
They were among the most extraordinary structures seen in the Olympic movement with their enormous membrane roofs, a type that had been experimented with both by Le Corbusier at the Brussels Expo 1958 and by Eero Saarinen with the Yale Hockey Stadium, but not at this scale.
Black Rock, so named for its dark Canadian granite exterior, is a 38-story tower on 57th Street at 6th Avenue and is believed to be the only skyscraper designed by Eero Saarinen.