Richard Foster (architect)
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Richard T. Foster was a modernist architect who worked in the New York City area, and also around Greenwich, Connecticut, often in partnership with Philip Johnson, including the Glass House located in New Canaan, Connecticut. He was educated at the Pratt Institute. He founded the architectural firm Richard Foster Associates. Foster died on September 13, 2002.
His work includes:
- Meyer Hall of Physics
- New York State Theater (1964)
- New York State Pavilion at the 1964/1965 World's Fair
- Kline Geology Laboratory and Kline Biology Tower at Yale University (1965/1966)
- Kreeger Museum in Washington D.C. (1967)
- Foster Residence in Wilton, Connecticut (1969)
- Bobst Library at New York University (1972)
- Tisch Hall at Stern School of Business (1972)
- Hagop Kevorkian Center at New York University (1973)
- Eastman Dental Center at the University of Rochester (1978)
- Hatch Interdenominational Chapel at the Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
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