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- 20th century
John S. Hagmann is an American architect most active during the late 20th century. From 1969-1977, Hagmann was partnered with fellow Yale alum Robert A. M. Stern at their firm Stern and Hagmann.
Richard Henderson was a partner in the American architectural firm Gwathmey Henderson Siegel from 1968-1970. He then became a faculty member at Cooper Union in 1972, and was appointed Professor of Architecture and Associate Dean in 1982. He retired in 2000.
Most known for single-home designs but also designed urban residential complexes, office towers and industrial buildings.
- Active from early 1980s
Lynden B. Miller is a garden designer best known for her New York City landscape creations including the Conservatory Garden in Central Park and works in Bryant Park, the New York BotanicalGarden, Columbia University’s campus, and many more.
Charles Willard Moore was a partner in several firms throughout the 1960s before founding his own, Charles W. Moore Associates, in 1970 in Berkeley, California. In 1975, he joined the firm Moore Grover Harper in Alexandria, Virginia. He was known for his humanistic approach to architecture.
- 1939 - Present
Robert A. M. Stern (1939-) is a renowned American postmodern architect and architectural historian. He is the the founder of the firm Robert A. M. Stern Architects, which was established in 1977 in New York City. From 1969-1977, Stern was partnered with fellow Yale alum John S. Hagmann at their firm Stern and Hagmann.
- Active from 1968 onward
The Woolners graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1968 and worked for various architects in California before returning east to build their own house.