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Aubry, Eugene; Essinger, Catherine
Eugene Aubry interviewed by Catherine Essinger. Aubry discusses his influences growing up in Galveston, his architectural practice, a partnership with S. I. Morris and with Howard Barnstone, and select projects. Additional keywords: Tin movement, Architectural firms, Rothko Chapel (Houston, Tex.), Transco Tower (Houston, Tex.), Clayton, Nick, Barnstone, Howard, Menil, John de, Menil, Dominique de, Morris, S. I., Rice University. Media Center, Pei, I. M., 1917-, Colaco, Joseph P., Mashburn, Joe, Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1908-2004, Stoller, Ezra, Swan, Simone, Gehry, Frank O., 1929-, Johnson, Philip, 1906-2005, Contemporary Arts Museum, Burgee, John, 1933-, Wortham Theater Center, Glassell School of Art, Barbara Fendrick Gallery, Paley, Albert, Holmes, Ann, Nevelson, Louise, 1899-1988, Ball High School (Galveston, Texas), Zwiener, Charles, Keeland, Burdette, Palmer, Don, Rosenburg, Adrian, Bolton, Preston, Neuhaus, Hugo, Manley, John, Bellows, Warren, Rice University Art Barn, Garrett, Pete Ed, Harris Co. Center for the Retarded, Denny Kempner House, Vassar Place Apartments, Roy Avenue Townhouses, Awty International School, Central Public Library, Hennington, David M., Walsh, Sally, Julia B. Ideson Library, Claes Oldenburg Geometric Mouse, Columbia Central Library, Selby (Florida) Library, Jenkins, William (Bill), Adler, Gail F., Adler, Louis, Masterson, Harry, Wortham, Rusty Cizik, Robert (Bob), Esperson Building, Daniels, Myra Janco, Naples Philharmonic Center for the Arts, Artis-Naples.
Architecture; Tin houses; De Menil House; University of Houston; Rice University
Galveston, Texas; Houston, Texas
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Digital Object: https://id.lib.uh.edu/ark:/84475/do55634305s; Preservation Location: ark:/84475/pm74407z489
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