List of Jewish architects

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This is a list of Jewish architects.

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Philadelphia, USA) was a distinguished architect and educator. Germany, United Kingdom, USA. Germany-born

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  • Alfred Jacobi (3 September 1950, Offenbach, Germany –) is a renowned German architect. Germany
  • Arne Emil Jacobsen usually known as Arne Jacobsen, (11 February 1902 – 24 March 1971) was a Danish architect and designer. Denmark
  • Ernst Abraham Jacobsson (Swedish) (16 August 1839 – 6 December 1905) was a Swedish architect. Sweden
  • Johann Eduard Jacobsthal (German) (17 September 1839 – 1 January 1902) was a German architect. Germany
  • [[de:Hans Sigmund Jaretzki|Hans Sigmund Jaretzki (German)]] (26 June 1890, Berlin, Germany – 1956, London, United Kingdom) was a renowned German and British architect. Germany, United Kingdom
  • Lajos Jámbor (31 October 1869, Pest – 6 November 1955, Budapest), Hungary
  • Herman Jessor (c. 1895 – 8 April 1990), the architect of more than 40,000, union-sponsored, publicly assisted, cooperative housing units in New York City. USA. Russia-born
  • Kurt Jonas (1914, South Africa – 1942, Erez Israel) was a South Africa architect. South Africa
  • Rudolf Joseph (August 14, 1893, Pforzheim, Germany – January 17, 1963, New York, N.Y.)
  • Erik Josephson (Swedish) (7 March 1864 – 1929) was a Swedish architect. Sweden
  • Nathan S. Joseph (Nathan Solomon Joseph) (1834–1909) a British architect, philanthropist, social reformer, and Jewish communal leader.[13]

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  • Zsigmond Quittner (13 February 1859 – 25 October 1918) was a Hungarian architect. Hungary

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The DiCamillo Companion
  2. ^ "Pierre Chareau Biography (1883–1950) Online Encyclopedia Article About Pierre Chareau Biography (1883–1950)". 
  3. ^ Landmarks Preservation Commission: Tweed Copurthouse, 16 October 1984
  4. ^ Peter Eisenman, Great Buildings Online. Accessed 19 September 2008.
  5. ^ ”Obituaries: United States,” American Jewish Yearbook, 2006, pp. 712–13 (New York: The American Jewish Committee, 2006).
  6. ^ "Emanuele Fiano – PD" (in Italian). camera.it. Retrieved 20 April 2011. 
  7. ^ Kunst im Exil in Grossbritannien 1933–1945: eine Ausstellung der Neuen Gesellschaft für Bildende Kunst in den Räumen der Orangerie des Schlosses Charlottenburg vom 10.1.-23 February 1986, Neue Gesellschaft für bildende Kunst, Berlin: Frölich & Kaufmann, 1986, ISBN 978-3-88725-218-2, p. 170.
  8. ^ Fränkel (Frankel), Rudolf, Deutschsprachige Architekten im Exil, 1933–1945, Universität Karlsruhe, 18 January 2008 (German) gives his deathplace as Cincinnati.
  9. ^ "Frank Gehry clears the air", Globe and Mail, 28 July 2010
  10. ^ Ezra Gordon Obituary
  11. ^ a b An article on 890 West End Avenue Building
  12. ^ A history of creating the Lenin Memorial (Russian)
  13. ^ http://www.oxforddnb.com/view/article/74454
  14. ^ Jewel Stern, John A. Stuart, Ely Jacques Kahn, Architect: Beaux-arts to Modernism in New York, Norton, 2006, ISBN 0-393-73114-6
  15. ^ Richard Kaufmann
  16. ^ Ritz, Richard Ellison (2002). "Lazarus, Edgar M.". Architects of Oregon: a biographical dictionary of architects deceased – 19th and 20th centuries. Portland, Oregon: Lair Hill publishing. pp. 247–248. ISBN 0-9726200-2-8. 
  17. ^ Personal Scrapbook of Constructivist Architect Solomon Lisagor
  18. ^ Yehuda Magidovitch
  19. ^ "Eric Owen Moss wants to piece together L.A.'s fragments". The Los Angeles Times, Scott Timberg, 2 August 2009. 2 August 2009. 
  20. ^ "Sharon Rotbard". Witte de With. Retrieved 26 December 2010. 
  21. ^ Riding, Alan (10 August 2002). "Are Politics Built Into Architecture?". New York Times. Retrieved 26 December 2010. 
  22. ^ "Bernard Rudofsky, 82, Architect And 'Outspoken' Social Analyst," By MAURA REYNOLDS, the New York Times, 13 March 1988
  23. ^ "Edward Salomons". Dictionary of Scottish Architects. Retrieved 14 January 2009. 
  24. ^ Wienarchitektur.at
  25. ^ Alfred Zucker