Stubbins Jr., Hugh

Hugh Stubbins Jr. (1912-2006)

Hugh Asher Stubbins Jr. was born in 1912 at Birmingham, Alabama. He was an architect and designed several high profile buildings around the world.
He was educated at Georgia Institute of Technology, got his master's degree from Harvard University and remained on the faculty there until 1972. He founded Hugh Stubbins and Associates. Its successor company is The Stubbins Associates, Inc. After his death, TSA merged with Philadelphia-based Kling to form KlingStubbins.

Important works

Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin
Veterans Stadium, Philadelphia
Yokohama Landmark Tower, Japan
Citigroup Center in New York
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California
One Cleveland Center, Cleveland
Federal Reserve Bank, Boston
PacWest Center, Oregon
Chase Tower, Indianapolis
Southwest Residential Area at University of Massachusetts Amherst
Nashville City Center
Lantern Hill subdivision, East Lansing