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Armand Philip Bartos

male / American
Qualifications
architect, philanthropists, art collector
supported major New York City cultural institutions; most significant work of architecture is the Shrine of the Book in Jerusalem, built to house the Dead Sea Scrolls and other ancient manuscripts; collected 20th-century art; made major gifts to the Museum of Modern Art
Nationality/school
American
Born
New Rochelle (New York) 1910
Deceased
New York City 2005-12-29
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Biographical information
Education
Massachusetts Institute of Technology [M.I.T.] (Cambridge)
master's degree in architecture in 1935
Active in
  • 1957 - 1962
    architecture partner of Frederick John Kiesler (1890–1965)
  • New York City 1962
    from 1962, the principal partner of Armand Bartos & Associates
active in
died in
External links
Wikipedia
Entered on: 2015-02-03; Modification on: 2015-02-03

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