William Bernoudy

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William Adair Bernoudy (1910–1988) was an American architect.

Bernoudy was born in St. Louis. He studied under Frank Lloyd Wright in the 1930s.[1] He is noted for the many modernist homes and public buildings he designed, mostly in the St. Louis area.

The William A. Bernoudy Residency in Architecture at the American Academy in Rome is named in his honor.

He died in 1988.[1]


• 457 Osage Ridge Road, Augusta, MO 63332

  • 25 Balcon Est, Creve Coeur, MO 63141, 1964[2]

Further reading[edit]


  1. ^ a b Duffy, Robert W. (13 October 2002). "Retelling of Temple Emanuel story starts with Bernoudy-Mutrux-Bauer". St. Louis Post - Dispatch. p. 8. 
  2. ^ http://creve-coeur.org/DocumentCenter/View/4510