Architect John Burgee

John Burgee (1933)

John Burgee was born 1933. He is an American architect and well known for his postmodern architecture. He graduated from University of Notre Dame, USA, School of Architecture in 1957. Burgee's awards also include the Reynolds Prize in Architecture. Burgee served on Notre Dame's Board of Trustees from 1988 until April when he was named trustee emeritus. He also has served on the School of Architecture's Advisory Council since 1982. In 2004, he received the Orlando T. Maione Award for distinguished contributions to the School of Architecture. In 1968, Burgee and the architect Philip Johnson established Johnson/Burgee Architects in Manhattan.

Awards for John Burgee

  • Reynolds Prize in Architecture
  • Orlando T. Maione Award

Important works by John Burgee

  • Puerta de Europa, Madrid, Spain
  • Lipstick Building, New York, New York
  • PPG Place, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
  • AEGON Center, Louisville, Kentucky
  • AT&T Building, New York City
  • Bank of America Center, Houston, Texas
  • Comerica Tower, Detroit, Michigan
  • Crystal Cathedral, Garden Grove, California
  • Fort Worth Water Gardens
  • One Atlantic Center (IBM Building), Atlanta, Georgia