Anthony Vincent Genovese

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Anthony Vincent Genovese
Born February 25, 1932[1]
Union City, New Jersey[1]
Nationality USA
Occupation Architect
Known for Partner in Genovese & Maddalene[2]

Anthony Vincent Genovese, AIA, (born 30 March 1932), was an American architect who practiced in the mid to late-twentieth-century New York and New Jersey as a partner in the architectural firm name Genovese & Maddalene.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Anthony Vincent Genovese was born on February 25, 1932 in Union City, New Jersey, he earned his bachelors of architecture from the University of Notre Dame in 1955 and earned his Masters of Fine Arts in Architecture from Princeton University in 1957.[1]

Career[edit]

In 1955, he was awarded the Church Property Administration Sculpture Award, the Sollitt Prize for Design & Construction Award, the Student AIA Medal, and the Fire Underwriters scholarship. He was a Buehler Fellow from 1955 to 1956.[1] Genovese joined the New Jersey Society of Architects, American Institute of Architects, in 1964, and was registered to practice in New York and New Jersey.[1]

With Herbert F. Maddalene, Anthony V. Genovese established his firm of Genovese & Maddalene at 175 Rock Rd, Glen Rock, New Jersey 07452 in 1963.[2]

Works with Genovese & Maddalene[edit]

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