William T. Baker

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William T. Baker (born December 23, 1956) is an American residential designer, and author.

Baker was born in Nashville, Tennessee. He graduated from Auburn University in 1979 with a BS in finance, then Emory University with an MBA.

Mr. Baker founded an Atlanta-based firm, William T. Baker & Associates, in 1985 and has since opened a second office in Greenwich, Connecticut. He received the prestigious Arthur Ross Award for Architecture in New York City in 1993.

William T. Baker holds professional memberships in The Institute of Classical Architecture & Classical America (ICA), the American Institute of Building Designers (AIBD), and the International Network for Traditional Building, Architecture & Urbanism (INTBAU).

Baker is also the author of New Classicists, a book for architectural students and home design aficionados in the United States and Asia. In 2008, he published a second book, Architectural Excellence in a Diverse World Culture, discussing the principles of architectural aesthetics. In 2011 he published the first of a new three part series titled "Great American Homes" featuring his most recent work.

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